PNY Technologies has been a sponsor and attendee at GTC since NVIDIA’s visionary event first brought together innovators, technologists, and creatives in 2009. Since then it has undergone a “Big Bang” including breakthroughs in real-time photorealistic rendering, AI, VR, high performance computing, healthcare, and the transformation of data centers to GPU-centric computing supported by intelligent networking.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, VR, AI, Workflows, PNYPRO, Government, Healthcare, GTC, Supercomputing, data center, high performance computing, Networking, GPU Virtualization, NVIDIA RTX GPU, NVIDIA RTX, HTC Vive Pro Secure, GTC 2021, Edge AI
PNY’s new Watch2Win contest has started! WATCH2WIN has long been the foundation of PNY's professional graphics e-learning program for professionals who use NVIDIA® Quadro® professional graphics boards to accelerate their workflow. WATCH one of the NVIDIA Quadro GPU product snapshots at www.pny.com/W2W to learn which of these advanced professional graphics solutions are right for you and be entered into the contest for a chance to WIN an NVIDIA Quadro RTX™ 4000 Powered Workstation from AMAX.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, NVIDIA Quadro, AI, VR Ready, Watch2Win, Workflows, realtime ray tracing, Contest, nvidia quadro rtx, nvidia quadro rtx 4000, NVIDIA Quadro Solutions, NVIDIA Quadro RTX Powered Workstation, amax
At SIGGRAPH 2019, the largest show for Computer Graphics and animation, PNY’s own videographer Mitch Palmer was able to interview the movers and shakers of the industry. Enjoy the results below:
1. Benefits of GPU Rendering for VFX Artists – Josh Harrison, Gnomon School of VFX
Topics: Quadro, Virtual Reality, VR, 3D, Workflows, GPU rendering, Autodesk, Animation, 8K, VFX, nvidia quadro rtx, NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000, RTX Server, Silverdraft, SIGGRAPH 2019, Automotive Design, 8K Workflows, Game Design, Redshift, VRED, Variable Rate Shading, 3D Product Design
Combining ground breaking technologies like real-time ray tracing, AI, advanced shading and simulation, all in in a single slot form factor, the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 brings a whole new level of efficiency and productivity for your SOLIDWORKS design workflow.
The rendering performance of Quadro RTX combined with SOLIDWORKS Visualize makes it even easier to import models from SOLIDWORKS and support realistic, physically based materials, lighting and environments — all on a user-friendly interface.
With the Quadro RTX 4000 GPU, SOLIDWORKS 2019 delivers a major graphics performance boost. Taking advantage of real-time ray tracing and AI denoising users can now produce instant photorealistic images with SOLIDWORKS Visualize. Quadro RTX 4000 enables lightning fast view manipulation for large assemblies, dynamic view operations are dramatically faster, and users see full model detail and fewer dropped frames with no stutter or jitter when rotating large models.
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, Solidworks, AI, NVIDIA GPU, Workflows, PNYPRO, Real-time ray tracing, Quadro RTX, nvidia quadro rtx, nvidia quadro rtx 4000, advance shading and simulation, solidworks 2019, solidworks visualize
Having spent over seven years at Psyop, LA in roles including CG Supervisor and VFX Supervisor, Johnathan Iwata is no stranger to the demands that creating production-ready renders places on a workstation. In this article Iwata puts the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 6000 through its paces and reveals how this professional GPU improves the performance and efficiency of his workflow.
Now available as a public beta, Autodesk Arnold 5.3 gives artists a first look at Autodesk’s Quadro RTX accelerated rendering software. From look development to lighting, RTX-based GPU acceleration brings fluid interactivity and unprecedented speed to rendering workflows, reducing interations and time from inspiration to finished image.
“We’ve worked closely with NVIDIA to optimize Arnold GPU to run on the latest RTX technology, and look forward to continuing to collaborate to bring our customers the highest quality rendering.” Said Chris Vienneau, Senior Director, Media & Entertainment Products, Autodesk.
postPerspective’s editor Randi Altman, asks questions about the new NVIDIA Quadro RTX graphics boards that media and entertainment professionals will want to know. Read the responses and discover why the Quadro RTX GPUs will be so beneficial to creative professionals working in AI, visual effects and other Media and Entertainment workflows.
Learn about the latest Quadro advances in AI, VR and simulation. These technologies bring new solutions to Quadro like deep learning, professional and collaborative VR and in-silico simulation – redefining professional workflows across industry sectors ranging from AEC, Energy, Manufacturing, Media & Entertainment, Healthcare, Government and Defense, to Scientific and Technical computing.
If you missed this session at GTC 2018,
you have the chance to watch the recording.
Topics: Simulation, Workflows, Professional Graphics Solutions, Upgrade to Pascal, AEC, VR Ready GPUs, GPU Architecture, NVIDIA Quadro GPUs, PNYPRO, GPU Technologies, Pascal GPUs, GTC 2018, Manufacturing, designers, engineers, Media + Entertainment, Government, Healthcare, Defense, Scientific and Technical Computing, Energy
Designed to significantly speed up rendering workflows for artists and designers using GPU-accelerated renderers like NVIDIA Mental Ray, NVIDIA Iray and Chaos V-Ray RT, the NVIDIA Quadro VCA (Visual Computing Appliance) is the perfect platform for scalable, interactive photorealistic rendering, all in a data center appliance.
The new VCA Certified Systems program, announced at GTC, extends the reach of VCA making it convenient for creative professionals to access the power of scalable photorealistic rendering through certified regional partners. Among the first PNY Select Partners to join the certification program are: BOXX, Colfax, Exxact, GPL Technologies, Nor-Tech and Images et Technologie.
Powered by eight high-end NVIDIA P6000 GPUs and accessible to anyone on the network, VCA Certified systems are easily integrated into design workflows and enable designers to make critical adjustments or design decisions quickly, while reducing reliance on costly physical prototypes or overnight renders – saving precious time in bringing ideas to market.