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.In this white paper, engineering.com examines the NVIDIA® Ampere microarchitecture for graphics processing units (GPUs), NVIDIA’s most recent iteration on the now-ubiquitous variety of processor. Ampere GPUs include many improvements to the previous generation, alongside several new features that facilitate virtualization and remote work.
You will learn how the NVIDIA Ampere GPU microarchitecture and a broader portfolio of NVIDIA software solutions coexist to unlock new opportunities for hybrid workflows, particularly for professional visualization, AI and compute users.
engineering.com takes a closer look at the Ampere architecture, and discusses some of NVIDIA’s combined hardware and software solutions that enable hybrid workflows, including:
NVIDIA RTX (Ampere) www.pny.com/Ampere
NVIDIA Omniverse www.pny.com/Omniverse-Enterprise
NVIDIA EGX Platform www.pny.com/EGX-Platform
NVIDIA vGPU Software www.pny.com/vGPU