Nvidia unveils deep learning supercomputer for AI

News: The Nvidia DGX-1 aims to unlock the powers of superhuman capabilities. Nvidia has unveiled a supercomputer designed specifically for deep learning to meet the demands of artificial intelligence (AI). The Nvidia DGX-1 supercomputer is claimed to deliver a throughput of 250 x 86 servers by combining a new generation of Nvidia GPU accelerators, deep learning software and development tools. It allows data scientists and researchers to create a new class of intelligent machines that learn, see and perceive the world as humans do, Nvidia said. The computer’s performance significantly accelerates training time, making it the world’s first deep learning supercomputer in a box. The DGX-1 is built with Nvidia Pascal- powered Tesla P100 accelerators, interconnected with Nvidia NVLink for high-speed interconnect for maximum application scalability; 16nm FinFET fabrication technology‚Ķ

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