Nvidia Brings Tesla P100 GPU Acceleration to PCIe Servers

The move will expand the reach of the company’s powerful GPU accelerator, which can be used for such emerging workloads as AI and deep learning. Nvidia officials are adding to the company’s portfolio of graphics processors aimed at emerging markets like deep learning, artificial intelligence and computer vision with a new version of its powerful Tesla P100 GPU.At Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference in April, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang introduced the Tesla P100, a GPU for data centers built on the company’s Pascal architecture and a 16-nanometer FinFET manufacturing process and aimed at high-performance computing (HPC) environments to address new workloads that require high levels of parallel processing. The first version announced at the Nvidia conference was for the new NVLink interconnect technology. At the ISC High Performance 2016 show this week…

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