HPE Chases Deep Learning With GPU Laden Apollo Systems

April 5, 2016 Timothy Prickett Morgan With machine learning taking off among hyperscalers and others who have massive amounts of data to chew on to better serve their customers and traditional simulation and modeling applications scaling better across multiple GPUs, all server makers are in an arm’s race to see how many GPUs they can cram into their servers to make bigger chunks of compute available to applications. As the GPU Technical Conference hosted by Nvidia is kicking off in San Jose, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, which is the dominant peddler of servers in the world with Dell nipping at its heels and a slew of others who aspire to be number three, rolled out a new dense hybrid system that can pack twice as many GPU accelerators in a chassis as…

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