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.
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
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