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New Containers on NVIDIA GPU Cloud Help Developers Instantly Deploy Fully Optimized AI and HPC Software

NVIDIA announced that a new advanced data center GPU — the NVIDIA® Tesla® V100 GPU based on NVIDIA’s Volta architecture — is available through major computer makers and chosen by major cloud providers to deliver artificial intelligence and high performance computing.

Virtual GPUs: Accelerate Mobility, Productivity & Security in Healthcare

Many hospitals have turned to virtualization to provision high performance, secure virtual workstations using the compute power of a single physical hardware resource. That’s according to a new report from HPE, that explores how virtual GPU technology is helping to modernize healthcare data workloads.

AI is Inspiring the Next Wave of Healthcare Advancement

Advancements in artificial intelligence, or AI, are revolutionizing healthcare and leading to breakthrough results in prediction and prevention. A new report from HPE focuses on how tech tools like GPUs and deep learning platforms are changing and advancing the health care industry.

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.  

NVIDIA Launches AI Cloud Container Registry to Accelerate Deep Learning; Volta GPUs Debut on AWS

NVIDIA announced immediate availability of the NVIDIA® GPU Cloud (NGC) container registry for AI developers worldwide. In just a few steps, NGC helps developers get started with deep learning development through no-cost access to a comprehensive, easy-to-use, fully optimized deep learning software stack.

Oracle Supercharges Its Cloud Offerings with NVIDIA Tesla GPUs

Oracle announced that it’s bringing the power of our latest Tesla GPU accelerators to its public cloud. The move underscores growing demand for public-cloud access to our GPU computing platform from an increasingly wide set of enterprise users. Oracle’s massive customer base means that a broad range of businesses across many industries will have access to accelerated computing to harness the power of AI, accelerated analytics and high performance computing.

Kinetica Partners with NVIDIA and InterWorks to Deliver Supercharged Platform for BI

Kinetica today announced a new solution combining the immense power of NVIDIA DGX Station, the desk side supercomputer, and Kinetica’s GPU-accelerated database to speed up Tableau queries, providing users the ability to make faster data-driven decisions. Available immediately from NVIDIA and Kinetica business partner InterWorks, the new solution allows customers of Tableau, the global leader in visual analytics, to modernize their underlying databases to take full advantage of the valuable insight Tableau provides.

NVIDIA Supercharges Rendering Performance with AI

NVIDIA announced that it is bringing the power of artificial intelligence to rendering with the launch of NVIDIA OptiX™ 5.0 SDK with powerful new ray-tracing capabilities. Running OptiX 5.0 on the NVIDIA DGX Station™ — the company’s recently introduced deskside AI workstation — will give designers, artists and other content-creation professionals the rendering capability of 150 standard CPU-based servers.

Software Finds a Way: Why CPUs Aren’t Going Anywhere in the Deep Learning War

In this contributed article, Adi Pinhas, CEO of Brodmann17, examines how Application Specific Integrated Circuits, or ASICs, are predicted to be the new technology built for deep learning. Unlike GPUs, which were built for graphic processing ASICs designed specifically for deep learning have better price/performance and power/performance ratios.