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.
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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.
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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.