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Inside the new NVIDIA DGX-2 Supercomputer with NVSwitch

In this video from the GPU Technology Conference, Marc Hamilton from NVIDIA describes the new DGX-2 supercomputer with the NVSwitch interconnect. “NVIDIA NVSwitch is the first on-node switch architecture to support 16 fully-connected GPUs in a single server node and drive simultaneous communication between all eight GPU pairs at an incredible 300 GB/s each. These 16 GPUs can be used as a single large-scale accelerator with 0.5 Terabytes of unified memory space and 2 petaFLOPS of deep learning compute power. With NVSwitch, we have 2.4 terabytes a second bisection bandwidth, 24 times what you would have with two DGX-1s.”

Video: IBM Brings NVIDIA Volta to Supercharge Discoveries

In this video from GTC 2018, Adel El-Hallak from IBM describes how IBM and NVIDIA are partnering to build the largest supercomputers in the world to enable data scientists and application developers to not be limited to any device memory. Between IBM and NVIDIA, you can capitalize on the Volta 32GB memory and the entire system as a whole.

Exxact Corporation offers NVIDIA DGX Station and DGX-1 for Deep Learning

Today Exxact Corporation announced that it will offer the new NVIDIA DGX Station and DGX-1 systems featuring the NVIDIA Tesla V100 data center GPUs based on the NVIDIA Volta architecture. “NVIDIA’s DGX portfolio is paving the way for a new era of computing,” said Jason Chen, Vice President of Exxact Corporation. “The performance of the new DGX Station and DGX-1 systems for AI and advanced analytics is unmatched, providing data scientists a complete hardware and software package for compute-intensive AI exploration.”