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Composable Infrastructure: Composing Greater HPC Breakthroughs

Composable infrastructure allows any number of CPU nodes to dynamically map the optimum number of GPU and NVMe storage resources to each node required to complete a specific task.  In this sponsored post, Katie Rivera of One Stop Systems, explores the power of GPUs and the potential benefits of composable infrastructure for HPC. 

Modernizing Healthcare Workloads with Virtual GPU Technology

In the healthcare sector, clinicians are increasingly using mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, and personal laptops to access patient records and more. Many hospitals have turned to virtualization and virtual GPU technology to offer greater mobility, security, and IT manageability. Download the report from HPE that explores how virtual GPU technology is modernizing healthcare. 

Revolutionizing Healthcare With Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence has already had a profound effect on many industries. But for the healthcare sector, this collection of technologies is proving to be nothing short of transformative. Download the new report from HPE that explores how tools like GPUs and deep learning platforms are changing and progressing healthcare.

GPUs Accelerate Population Distribution Mapping Around the Globe

With the Earth’s population at 7 billion and growing, understanding population distribution is essential to meeting societal needs for infrastructure, resources and vital services. This article highlights how NVIDIA GPU-powered AI is accelerating mapping and analysis of population distribution around the globe. “If there is a disaster anywhere in the world,” said Bhaduri, “as soon as we have imaging we can create very useful information for responders, empowering recovery in a matter of hours rather than days.”

HPC as a Service for High Performance Video Rendering

In the past 5 years, GPUs have gotten even more powerful so rendering tasks can be completed even faster than before. Katie (Garrison) Rivera, of One Stop Systems, explains how HPC can act as a service for high performance video rendering.

GPUs and Flash in Radar Simulation and Anti-Submarine Warfare Applications

In this week’s Sponsored Post, Katie Garrison, of One Stop Systems explains how GPUs and Flash solutions are used in radar simulation and anti-submarine warfare applications. “High-performance compute and flash solutions are not just used in the lab anymore. Government agencies, particularly the military, are using GPUs and flash for complex applications such as radar simulation, anti-submarine warfare and other areas of defense that require intensive parallel processing and large amounts of data recording.”

GPU Accelerated Servers for Deep Learning Applications

Applications such as machine learning and deep learning require incredible compute power, and these are becoming more crucial to daily life every day. These applications help provide artificial intelligence for self-driving cars, climate prediction, drugs that treat today’s worst diseases, plus other solutions to more of our world’s most important challenges. There is a multitude of ways to increase compute power but one of the easiest is to use the most powerful GPUs.

NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU Review

Accelerated computing continues to gain momentum as the HPC community moves towards Exascale. Our recent Tesla P100 GPU review shows how these accelerators are opening up new worlds of performance vs. traditional CPU-based systems and even vs. NVIDIA’s previous K80 GPU product. We’ve got benchmarks, case studies, and more in the insideHPC Research Report on GPU Accelerators.

GPU Accelerators in Today’s Data Center: Performance & Efficiency

NVIDIA is a leading provider of GPU accelerators that are used in many High Performance Computing environments. This research paper from Gabriel Consulting Group explains the need for this new generation of hardware in today’s data center and looks at what new technologies actual users are looking for.

insideHPC Research Report on GPUs

In this research report, we reveal recent research showing that customers are feeling the need for speed—i.e. they’re looking for more processing cores. Not surprisingly, we found that they’re investing more money in accelerators like GPUs and moreover are seeing solid positive results from using GPUs. In the balance of this report, we take a look at these finding and and the newest GPU tech from NVIDIA and how it performs vs. traditional servers and earlier GPU products.