Now available, the NVIDIA A16 Tensor Core GPU takes remote work to the next level. Combined with NVIDIA Virtual Apps (vApps), NVIDIA Virtual PC (vPC), or NVIDIA RTX™ Virtual Workstation (vWS) software, it enables virtual desktops and workstations with the power and performance to tackle projects from anywhere with performance indistinguishable from a native PC. Specifically designed and optimized for high-density, graphics-rich virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and leveraging the NVIDIA Ampere architecture, NVIDIA A16 delivers up to 2x the user density, compared with the previous generation M10, reducing the amount of hardware resources needed and lowering the total cost of ownership (TCO), while ensuring the best possible user experience.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, GPU, NVIDIA GPU, PNY PRO, NVIDIA RTX, Tensor Core GPU, NVIDIA RTX Virtual Workstation (vWS), NVIDIA A16, NVIDIA Ampere, NVIDIA Virtual Apps (vApps), NVIDIA Virtual PC (vPC), NVIDIA M10
In his recent blog, PNY’s Professional Graphics and Data Center Product Marketing Manager for NVIDIA GPUs, Carl Flygare, took a deep dive into the technical capabilities of the NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU for PCIe. Utilizing the latest Ampere architecture and HBM2e memory technology, NVIDIA A100 delivers unprecedented acceleration at every scale to power the highest performing data centers for AI, data analytics, and HPC across the world.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, NVIDIA GPUs, PNYPRO, Professional Visualization Solutions, RT Cores, NVIDIA RTX, NVIDIA Data Center GPUs, NVIDIA A40, NVIDIA A10, NVIDIA A30, NVIDIA Ampere, NVIDIA A100 80GB, NVIDIA A100 40GB, neural networks, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
HPC Solutions for Data Centers, Workstations, and Network Infrastructure Featured
SC21, the international conference for High Performance Computing (HPC), networking, storage, and analysis, is being held from November 14–19 in St. Louis, MO. At this year's event, PNY’s partner One Stop Systems (OSS) will spotlight the latest NVIDIA Data Center and Workstation GPUs for HPC, AI, Data Science, Big Data Analytics, and real-time photorealistic ray traced graphics – since visualizing a problem is often an essential precursor to solving it.
NVIDIA® Omniverse™ Enterprise is an end-to-end collaboration and true-to-reality simulation platform which fundamentally transforms complex design workflows for organizations of any scale.
PNY and our partner ecosystem now support deployment of NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise solutions, and we’re hosting three sessions at NVIDIA GTC to discuss how customers can put this offering to work in their businesses.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, collaboration, GTC, real-time rendering, NVIDIA Omniverse, NVIDIA RTX, GTC 21, NVIDIA GTC 2021, NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise, Metaverse, Universal Scene Description, Pixar, RTX GPUs, Madison Huang
Let’s face it: the world isn’t going to go back to the normal we all used to know. Remote work, which flared in popularity as a result of an event that needs no introduction, will stick around for the long haul. By most accounts, remote work will coexist with the old-fashioned concept of going into the office—a paradigm that’s being called hybrid work. Fortunately, there’s never been a better time for hybrid work in terms of both software and hardware.
Since its inaugural event in 2009, the NVIDIA GTC Conference has grown from a graphics oriented showcase to the must-attend AI conference for developers and a global experience that brings together thousands of innovators, researchers, thought leaders, and decision-makers who are shaping our world with the power of AI, computer graphics, data science, healthcare, and more. This November, experience it for yourself by attending the virtual NVIDIA GTC 2021 conference.
GTC runs from November 8 - 11 and will cover the latest innovations for AI, HPC, graphics, accelerated data science and big data analytics, extremely high-performance networking and more. Participants can attend live events in every time zone, providing unique opportunities to interact with brilliant minds and influential leaders from a wide spectrum of industries. They can also browse an extensive catalog of on-demand content showcasing innovative uses of GPU technology, and extensive developer assets available to in-house or ISV software developers or hardware systems integrators.
Topics: Graphics, AI, AEC, Manufacturing, Media + Entertainment, Government, Healthcare, Energy, ray tracing, GTC, hpc, data science, GTC Digital, Keynote Address, Jensen Huang, Higher Education, Accelerated Data Science, Networking, Finance, GTC 2021, NVIDIA GTC 2021, ISV Software, NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise
NVIDIA® RTX™ Technology is helping professionals around the world deliver their projects faster than ever before. Accelerated with the latest advances in AI, ray tracing, and simulation, over 100+ of the world’s top 3D professional applications are now accelerated by NVIDIA RTX technology to enable incredible 3D designs, photorealistic renders, physically accurate simulations, and stunning visual effects.
PNY’s WATCH2WIN has long been the foundation of PNY's online learning program for professionals looking to accelerate their workflows while boosting creativity and productivity. Visit www.pny.com/W2W to learn which of the NVIDIA RTX professional graphics solutions are right for your workflow and be entered into PNY’s contest for a chance to WIN an NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 powered workstation from ATIPA.
Data volumes have been increasing for years – and researchers expect they will continue to increase in the coming years.
Meanwhile, edge computing, 5G-fueled hyper-connectivity, artificial intelligence (AI), and other new technologies we’ve been hearing about for years are becoming real solution realities, not research projects.
For these and many other reasons, organizations and the technologists that support them are being forced to reimagine the data center that is still the heart of most data-reliant organizations. Modern data centers need to be ready for what’s next, ideally without downtime or unplanned costs.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, Deep Learning, AI, NVIDIA GPU, PNYPRO, Defense, aerospace, Virtualization, GPU acceleration, data center, 5G Networks, high performance computing, NVIDIA RTX, parallel processing, Thinkmate
Returning after 2020’s Parallel Dimensions and Expanding Dimensions contests, PNY was beyond excited to collaborate with Clint Jones again for another community rendering challenge. Clint is a director, photographer, visual effects artist, and now a full time YouTube educator that focuses on sharing his VFX knowledge weekly with his 780,000 plus followers.
For the 2021 contest, Dynamic Machines which was co-hosted with NVIDIA, Clint certainly aimed high when he challenged his community to work together and build the largest 3D marble machine on YouTube. To participate, the contestants were asked to transform a blank 3D scene and convert it into an incredible environment using the tools of their choice, such as Blender or Cinema4D. In total, nineteen hundred 3D artists responded to Clint’s call and together the team formed a combined 3D environment that takes a marble 3 hours and 35 minutes to traverse from beginning to the end.
The NVIDIA® A100 Tensor Core GPU for PCIe (40GB or 80GB version) delivers unprecedented acceleration at every scale to power the world’s highest performing elastic data centers for AI, data analytics, and HPC. Powered by the NVIDIA Ampere architecture, NVIDIA A100 is the engine of the NVIDIA data center platform, providing up to 20x higher performance over the prior generation, and can be uniquely partitioned into seven GPU instances to dynamically adjust to shifting demands. The NVIDIA A100 (40GB or 80GB) delivers the world’s fastest memory bandwidth at over 2 terabytes per second (TB/s) to run the largest models and datasets.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, Deep Learning, AI, NVIDIA GPU, PNYPRO, hpc, data center, high performance computing, Multi-Instance GPU, NVIDIA A100, NVIDIA Data Center GPUs, NVIDIA Ampere, NVIDIA A100 80GB, NVIDIA A100 40GB, Quantum Expresso