Tag Archives: Nvidia

  • Growing Up in an HPC World

    After more than two decades with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Darren Cepulis came to Arm in 2013, becoming part of the small cadre of people working in the chip designer’s high-performance computing (HPC) business. As Cepulis – now the datacenter architect and HPC segment manager for Arm – recalls, there were a couple of researchers, one…

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  • How the University of Liverpool Balances HPC and the Cloud

    To support various workloads required in academic research, the University of Liverpool runs an on-premise HPC cluster, designed by Dell EMC and Alces Flight, which offers on-demand public cloud access to Nvidia graphics processing units (GPUs) running on Amazon Web Services (AWS). The Dell PowerEdge-based HPC cluster is being used by researchers at the university to help them…

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  • Simplifying AI, Data Science and HPC Workloads with NGC

    In this video from the GPU Technology Conference, Adel El Hallak and Philip Rogers from NVIDIA present: Simplifying AI, Data Science, and HPC Workloads with NGC. Whether it’s for AI, data science and analytics, or HPC, GPU-Accelerated software can make possible the previously impossible. But it’s well known that these cutting edge software tools are often complex…

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  • Advancing U.S. Weather Predictions Capabilities with Exascale HPC

    In this video from GTC 2019, Mark Govett from NOAA presents: Advancing U.S. Weather Prediction Capabilities with Exascale HPC. We’ll discuss the revolution in computing, modeling, data handling and software development that’s needed to advance U.S. weather-prediction capabilities in the exascale computing era. Creating prediction models to cloud-resolving 1 KM-resolution scales will require an estimated 1,000-10,000 times more…

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  • Data Science Sparks the Gap Between HPC and Hyperscale

    Nvidia’s new data science servers can handle the entire data science workflow. In a wide-ranging keynote address that ran nearly three hours at the GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, Nvidia co-founder and chief executive officer Jensen Huang talked up the company’s successes and new products across its graphics, robotics, and AI and HPC lineups….

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