How Could Nvidia Increase Adoption of AI across Verticals?

Nvidia’s Record-Breaking Earnings Reflect the Pascal Effect PART 9 OF 13 By Paige Tanner  | Nov 23, 2016 5:55 pm EST DGX SaturnV: Nvidia’s first in-house supercomputer In the previous part of this series, we saw that Nvidia (NVDA) is seeing increasing adoption of GPUs (graphics processing units) by supercomputers and cloud companies for their AI (artificial intelligence) tasks. Nvidia is now moving to the next generation of AI. At the SC16 (Supercomputing Conference 2016), the company debuted its first in-house supercomputer, the DGX SaturnV. The DGX SaturnV contains 124 DGX-1 servers, each of which features eight P100 GPUs. The DGX SaturnV ranks 28th on the list of the world’s top 500 supercomputers. Delivering ~9.5 gigaflops per watt, the SaturnV is 42% more energy efficient than the most efficient supercomputer on…

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