NVIDIA has acquired Bright Computing which develops software for managing high performance computing (HPC) systems. Founded in 2009 and headquartered in Amsterdam, Bright Computing is used by more than 700 organisations worldwide, including Boeing, Johns […]
NVIDIA to speak on AI and HPC in COVID-19 battle at SCA21
With the world still reeling from COVID-19, NVIDIA will be sharing at SupercomputingAsia (SCA) 2021 how high performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI) are playing integral parts in the battle against the pandemic. At […]
NVIDIA hold hands with Arm and tech leaders on GPU-accelerated servers
NVIDIA’s new reference design platform enables companies to build GPU-accelerated Arm servers for running a broad range of applications, from hyperscale-cloud to exascale supercomputing and beyond.NVIDIA has teamed up with Arm and a host of tech leaders to introduce a reference design platform for enterprises to quickly build GPU-accelerated Arm-based servers.
NVIDIA empowers Arm with AI and HPC software
Giving customers choices and enabling innovation in the high performance computing (HPC) space are the key reasons why NVIDIA is providing support for Arm CPUs.
NVIDIA to acquire Mellanox
NVIDIA has reached a US$6.9 billion agreement to acquire Mellanox, a supplier of end-to-end Ethernet and smart interconnect solutions and services for servers and storage.
NVIDIA GPU accelerators powering ARM64 HPC systems
Server vendors are leveraging the performance of NVIDIA graphics processor unit (GPU) accelerators for 64-bit ARM development systems for high performance computing (HPC).
ARM64 server processors were primarily designed for micro-servers and web servers because of their extreme energy efficiency. Coupled with GPU accelerators using the NVIDIA CUDA 6.5 parallel programming platform, they can now tackle HPC-class workloads.
GPUs provide ARM64 server vendors with the muscle to tackle HPC workloads, enabling them to build high-performance systems that maximise the ARM architecture’s power efficiency and system configurability.