Nvidia ‘Deep Learning’ Supercomputer To Tackle AI Challenges

Nvidia has bolstered its HPC (high-performance computing) credentials with the release of the Nvidia DGX-1, which it claims is the world’s first deep learning supercomputer. And the company also announced the Nvidia Tesla P100 GPU, said to be the most advanced hyperscale data centre accelerator ever built. Deep Learning The Nvidia DGX-1 supercomputer however is said to offer the throughput of 250 x86 servers to meet the increasing tough computing demands posed by artificial intelligence applications. The DGX-1 is designed specifically for deep learning, and will work with neural networks. “Artificial intelligence is the most far-reaching technological advancement in our lifetime,” said Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO and co-founder of NVIDIA. “It changes every industry, every company, everything. It will open up markets to benefit everyone. Data scientists and AI researchers today…

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