Modern NVIDIA® GPUs play a critical role in advancing research and new technologies at higher education institutions. Researchers working in artificial intelligence, scientific research, and even the fine arts or humanities need access to GPU-accelerated computing resources and AI to power the work required for advanced research and cutting-edge educational programs.
Powered by the latest Ada Lovelace and Ampere architectures, professional graphics boards such as NVIDIA® RTX™ 6000 Ada Generation and NVIDIA RTX A6000, both available from PNY, are essential components when tackling the most challenging scientific problems across drug discovery, data science, medical imaging, genomics, and other physical and biological sciences. Recent advances in AI even extend the reach of NVIDIA RTX into the humanities, with specializations ranging from film schools to fine arts and literature.
PNY Pro’s upcoming virtual event features Allen Bourgoyne, Director of Product Marketing at NVIDIA for Professional Visualization products, and PNY’s own Carl Flygare, NVIDIA Professional GPU Marketing Manager to review and discuss the current NVIDIA RTX and Data Center GPU product lines from NVIDIA.
During this event, they will highlight how higher education and research communities are using NVIDIA RTX technologies to accelerate development programs and push forward academic disciplines. The conversation will also include deployment suggestions, including the importance of NVIDIA Networking products in a balanced hardware configuration.
Please register and join us on February 9 at 12 pm EST or 9 am PST for the NVIDIA Higher Education and Research virtual event. All live virtual event attendees will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win an NVIDIA® RTX™ A2000 graphics board.