Missouri-based Advanced Clustering Technologies is helping customers solve challenges by integrating NVIDIA Tesla P100 accelerators into its line of high performance computing clusters. Advanced Clustering Technologies builds custom, turn-key HPC clusters that are used for a wide range of workloads including analytics, deep learning, life sciences, engineering simulation and modeling, climate and weather study, energy exploration, and improving manufacturing processes.
NVIDIA-enabled GPU clusters are proving very effective for our customers in academia, research and industry,” said Jim Paugh, Director of Sales at Advanced Clustering. “The Tesla P100 is a giant step forward in accelerating scientific research, which leads to breakthroughs in a wide variety of disciplines.”
Tesla P100 GPU accelerators are based on NVIDIA’s latest Pascal GPU architecture, which provides the throughput of more than 32 commodity CPU-based nodes. The Tesla P100 specifications are as follows:
- 5.3 teraflops double-precision performance
- 10.6 teraflops single-precision performance
- 21.2 teraflops half-precision performance
- 732GB/sec memory bandwidth with CoWoS HBM2 stacked memory
- ECC protection for increased reliability
Customers taking advantage of Advanced Clustering’s high performance computing clusters with integrated NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs benefit from the most technologically advanced accelerated computing solution in the market – greatly speeding workload performance across analytics, simulation and modeling, deep learning and more,” said Randy Lewis, Senior Director of Worldwide Field Operations at NVIDIA.