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PNY Now Offers NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada Generation for High Performance Computing (HPC) Workloads

The latest generation of graphics processing units (GPUs) from NVIDIA, based on their Ada Lovelace architecture, is optimized for high performance computing (HPC) workloads. The NVIDIA RTX™ 6000 Ada Generation, available from PNY,  is designed with the latest technology that provides superior performance and efficiency. The new RTX 6000      features an enhanced Gen-4 Tensor Core design for HPC use cases involving AI, including a new FP8 precision that delivers up to twice the performance of prior GPUs.

Intel Launches Intel Agilex 7 FPGAs

March 6, 2023 — Intel has launched new FPGAs, the Agilex 7 FPGAs with F-Tile, equipped with what the company said are the fastest FPGA transceivers on the market. Designed to address bandwidth-intensive environments such asdata centers and high-speed networks, the FPGAs deliver up to 116 gigabits per second (Gbps) and hardened 400 gigabit Ethernet […]

ClearML Certified to Run NVIDIA AI Enterprise Software Suite

Tel Aviv — March 7, 2023 –  ClearML, an open-source MLOps platform, today announced it has been certified to run NVIDIA AI Enterprise, an end-to-end platform for building accelerated production AI. ClearML said the certification makes its MLOps platform more efficient across workflows, enabling optimization of NVIDIA GPUs. It also ensures that ClearML is compatible with and optimized for NVIDIA DGX […]

NVIDIA Announces Market Adoption of H100 GPUs and Quantum-2 Infiniband, including by Microsoft Azure

SC22, Dallas — NVIDIA today announced broad adoption of its next-generation H100 Tensor Core GPUs and Quantum-2 InfiniBand, including new offerings on Microsoft Azure cloud and more than 50 new partner systems for accelerating scientific discovery. NVIDIA partners described the new offerings at SC22, where the company released  updates to its cuQuantum, CUDA and BlueField DOCA acceleration libraries, […]

Recent Results Show HBM Can Make CPUs the Desired Platform for AI and HPC

Third-party performance benchmarks show CPUs with HBM2e memory now have sufficient memory bandwidth and computational capabilities to match GPU performance on many HPC and AI workloads. Recent Intel and third-party benchmarks now provide hard evidence that the upcoming Intel® Xeon® processors codenamed Sapphire Rapids with high bandwidth memory (fast, high bandwidth HBM2e memory) and Intel® Advanced Matrix Extensions can match the performance of GPUs for many AI and HPC workloads.

Successfully Deploy Composable Infrastructure on the Edge to Improve HPC and AI Outside of Traditional Data Centers

Emerging CDI technologies allow you to achieve the cost and availability benefits of cloud computing using on-premises networking equipment. You also benefit from extreme flexibility, being able to dynamically recompose systems and support nearly any workload. Thanks to innovative engineering, these benefits are now available on the edge. ​

Advancing HPC through oneAPI Heterogeneous Programming in Academia & Research

oneAPI offers an open industry effort supported by over 100 organizations. oneAPI is an open, unified, cross-architecture programming model for CPUs and accelerator architectures (GPUs, FPGAs, and others). Based on standards, the programming model simplifies software development and delivers uncompromised performance for accelerated compute without proprietary lock-in, while enabling the integration of existing code.

A Look Inside the AMD-HPE Blade that Drives Frontier, the World’s First Exascale Supercomputer

[SPONSORED CONTENT]  The new number 1 supercomputer in the world, the AMD-powered and HPE-built Frontier, is celebrated today, Exascale Day, as the world’s first exascale (a billion billion calculations per second) HPC system. Recognized at last spring’s ISC conference in Hamburg for having exceeded the exascale barrier, a display of the Frontier blade in HPE’s ISC booth was a focus of attention on the conference floor. We thought it would be interesting to sit down with two senior officials from AMD and HPE to talk about the Frontier blade, what’s in it, its design innovations and the anticipated, long-term impacts of the blade on leadership supercomputing and on systems used by the broader HPC industry.

AWS Announces GA of EC2 Trn1 Instances for ML Model Training 

SEATTLE — Oct. 10, 2022 — Amazon Web Services today announced the general availability of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Trn1 instances powered by AWS-designed Trainium chips. Trn1 instances are built for high-performance training of machine learning models in the cloud. AWS said the offering saves up to 50 percent cost-to-train savings over comparable […]

Supercharging Modern Data Centers with NVIDIA Networking Solutions

In this webinar sponsored by PNY Technologies, you will learn the benefits, functionalities, and key features of Accelerated Ethernet technology by NVIDIA Spectrum and how it delivers end-to-end innovations and synergies to optimize modern applications from core to cloud to edge.