The world's data centers are becoming more complex. Organizations need to address increasing demands for scale, cost and flexibility in their infrastructure. This is especially true for hyperscale cloud providers who must support a wide variety of workloads on a single platform.
GPUs are highly flexible compute engines that are rapidly gaining adoption for accelerating a wide variety of applications.
They are designed to perform large numbers of computations in parallel, using the CUDA® programming model, which focuses on explicit parallelism and locality. As such, GPUs offer very high performance per watt when used for compute-intensive applications.
GPUs also provide significant benefits over CPUs in terms of memory bandwidth and throughput. This means that they can be used effectively even when there is not enough RAM available on the host machine (e.g., due to security concerns). In this way GPUs can help move data closer to your application where it needs it most: within the memory hierarchy of your server stack!
"Is the GPU the New CPU?" is the latest e-guide written by Kurt Cagle from Data Science Central which looks at how GPUs are starting to overshadow their older CPUs siblings as the powerhouse of the modern computer, handling complex neural networks and visualization tasks. Other topics covered include "Are DPUs the Next Iteration of GPUs? and "GPU Networks and the Future". Download the E-Guide below.
3D workflows are now an essential component of every engineering and manufacturing discipline. The rise of remote work, globally spread teams, an explosion in the number of often incompatible software tools, and the demand for compute-heavy technologies makes design collaboration exponentially harder – especially now. NVIDIA Omniverse™ Enterprise depends on NVIDIA RTX technology (RTX A6000, RTX A5500, RTX A5000, RTX A4500 and RTX A4000) – to let geographically disparate groups or hybrid office and work from home teams transparently exchange 3D data between popular 3D design tools they already know, maintain a single source of truth through sophisticated publish and subscribe capabilities, protect sensitive IP, and realize real-time multi-participant design collaboration and reviews, simulation, even digital twins of entire physical facilities.
Ansys software proves that simulation is a superpower by giving designers the ability to explore and predict how products will work – or won’t work – in the real world. Ansys Discovery, powered by NVIDIA CUDA technology, combines interactive modeling and multiple simulation capabilities in a first-of-its kind product, allowing you to answer critical design questions earlier in the design process – saving time and effort on prototyping by allowing exploration of multiple design concepts in real-time. Ansys Mechanical solves complex structural engineering problems with FEA analyses software, while Ansys Fluent fluid simulation software is known for its advanced physics modeling capabilities and unmatched accuracy.
PNY provides designers, engineers, scientists and architects with cutting-edge NVIDIA® professional visualization and data center GPUs that boost their productivity, creativity, or reduce the time to insight and discovery.
From stunning industrial design, advanced special effects, complex scientific visualization, AI and big data analytics, or solving formerly intractable problems with HPC, NVIDIA Professional GPUs are the world’s preeminent visual and accelerated computing platform - from the desktop to data center and the cloud.
During this exciting webinar NVIDIA and PNY will explore and explain how NVIDIA RTX™ Technology in general, and the latest Ampere architecture-based graphics boards in particular, along with high performance Ethernet networking, and new software tools like NVIDIA Omniverse™ Enterprise, are fundamentally changing the Media and Entertainment industry, delivering next generation workflows, and improving the quality and nuance of digital storytelling.
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
Announced at GTC 21 in mid-April, NVIDIA's latest additions to their professional graphics product line will be the subject of an upcoming Webinar with speakers John Della Bona from NVIDIA, and PNY's own Carl Flygare. With new GPUs based on the latest Ampere architecture, and enhanced small-form factor NVIDIA Turing architecture series, NVIDIA’s products continue to advance the boundaries of the possible compared to previous generations and current competitors. Dive into this session with John and Carl to explore how NVIDIA's latest category redefining solutions are enabling professionals to deliver their best work, and how they’re able to unleash new vistas of creativity and productivity.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, Webinar, AI, Photorealistic Rendering, NVIDIA GPU, PNY PRO, Workflows, NVIDIA Turing Architecture, Artificial Intelligence, data science, GPU Virtualization, NVIDIA RTX, Computational Fluid Dynamics, GTC 2021, small form factor, NVIDIA Ampere, bioinformatics
PNY’s new Watch2Win contest has started! WATCH2WIN has long been the foundation of PNY's online learning program for professionals who use NVIDIA RTX graphics boards to accelerate their workflow. Watch one of the NVIDIA RTX GPU product snapshots at www.pny.com/W2W to learn which of these advanced professional graphics solutions are right for your workflow and be entered into the contest for a chance to WIN an NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 Powered Workstation from CYBERTRON.
In this podcast, hosted by Data Science Central’s Sean Welch, speaker Carl Flygare from PNY sheds light on how NVIDIA’s recent revolutionary innovation in AI is transforming Data Science along with Big Data Analytics.
Unprecedented Turing Performance and Features for Small Form Factor Workstations
Compact desktop computing solutions are becoming more common as professionals look to minimize their desktop workstation footprint—without compromising performance. Today’s professional workflows require small form factor workstations that provide full-size features and performance in a compact package.
Built on NVIDIA® Turing™ GPU architecture, the NVIDIA T1000, T600, and T400 are powerful, low profile solutions that deliver the performance and capabilities required by demanding professional applications, in compact professional graphics cards.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, 3D, Visualization, NVIDIA GPU, PNY PRO, NVIDIA Turing Architecture, Modeling, NVIDIA Mosaic, NVIDIA CUDA, Variable Rate Shading, T1000, T400, Compact Desktop Computing Solutions, DirectX, Vulkan, NVIDIA RTX Desktop Manager, Texture Space Shading, T600, small form factor, OpenGL, Mesh Shading