Topics: PNY PRO, CUDA cores, NVIDIA GPUs, RT Cores, Tensor Cores, NVIDIA RTX A5000, NVIDIA Virtual GPU (vGPU), NVIDIA Ampere, NVIDIA RTX™ Professional GPUs, About NVIDIA Professional GPUs, PNY Blogs, NVIDIA NVLink
In this blog, we are excited to share some benchmarks comparing the NVIDIA RTX™ 4000 SFF Ada Generation and RTX A2000 12GB GPUs. Today we’re featuring a small form factor workstation, the EdgeCube, from one of our partners, ClearCube Technology. If you didn’t watch our ClearCube Partner Spotlight Video reviewing the EdgeCube system featuring an RTX A2000 12GB, we encourage you to check it out.
Topics: CUDA cores, small form factor, NVIDIA RTX A2000, NVIDIA RTX Workstation, NVIDIA RTX™ Professional GPUs, About NVIDIA Professional GPUs, NVIDIA RTX 4000 SFF Ada, ClearCube Technology, EdgeCube, NVIDIA Ada Lovelace
Founded in 1997, ClearCube is a USA-based manufacturer specializing in creating innovative secure endpoint devices, centralized computing, and desktop virtualization solutions.
ClearCube secure endpoint devices like zero clients, thin clients, KVM-based desktop consolidation, blade PCs, and VDI with HCI for centralization and virtualization initiatives have enjoyed widespread adoption. Over the last few years, as local and edge computing has grown, ClearCube has developed a set of mini PC and small enclosure workstation systems to deliver on their mantra of clearing the cube of the clutter.
Topics: PNY, PNYPRO, Architectural 3D, NVIDIA Data Center GPUs, NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise, NVIDIA Networking solutions, About NVIDIA Professional GPUs, NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada, NVIDIA L40, Omniverse DeepSearch
In 2018, the NVIDIA® RTX™ platform revolutionized professional visual computing with the NVIDIA Turing™ GPU architecture. It combined the power of advanced graphics, computing, and AI to bring real-time ray tracing to reality years before previously thought possible. NVIDIA RTX technology enabled artists, designers, scientists, and researchers to work with photorealistic images in real-time, fundamentally changing the way they work.
Since the introduction of NVIDIA RTX technology, the world and how people work has changed drastically. Professional workflows need to enable a distributed and remote workforce with the ability to do work from anywhere. Artists are creating higher-resolution, hyper-realistic content with the ever-increasing demand for differentiated and visually compelling content. Designers and engineers are striving to create more complex and efficient designs to meet customer demands in highly supply-constrained environments. Scientists, researchers, and medical professionals are faced with incredible challenges that require the rapid development of solutions on a global scale.
NVIDIA® has expanded the NVIDIA RTX™ family of professional graphics boards with the launch of the NVIDIA RTX A4500 and NVIDIA RTX A5500. The expanded product line meets an ever-widening range of use cases for creative, design, medical, scientific and technical professionals, NVIDIA RTX technology increases the productivity, creativity, and time to insight for today’s increasingly complex workflows and modern production pipelines.
Topics: PNY, Ampere, NVIDIA Data Center GPUs, NVIDIA Ampere, NVIDIA RTX A5500, NVIDIA RTX™ Professional GPUs, About NVIDIA Professional GPUs, NVIDIA RTX GPUs in Data Centers, PNY Blogs, NVIDIA RTX A4500
The NVIDIA RTX and Data Center GPU Benchmarks for Deep Learning whitepaper reviewed by PNY and NVIDIA, but developed and published by EXXACT, takes a careful and nuanced look at ResNet-50, a popular means of measuring the performance of machine learning (ML/AI) accelerators. NVIDIA's Data Center GPUs were tested with the Amber 22 GPU benchmark. Since Amber is a popular molecular dynamics application it gives real-world context to the outstanding benefits GPU acceleration offers for the scientific and technical computing community.