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NVIDIA has introduced a new version of its DGX-2 server that is outfitted with higher-performing CPUs and GPUs. The DGX-2H server is powered by 16 Tesla V100 GPUs that run at higher clocks and feature a 450 W TDP each. The whole system consumes up to 12 kW of power and delivers 2.1 PetaFLOPS of compute horsepower. NVIDIA’s DGX-2H is an updated version of the DGX-2 machine the company introduced earlier this year. The new system is based on Intel’s two 24-core Intel Xeon Platinum 8174 processor accompanied by 1.5 TB of DDR4 memory, as well as 30 TB of NVMe storage. The key improvements of the new server versus the previous one are faster NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs featuring 512 GB of HBM2 memory...

16GB NVIDIA Tesla V100 Gets Reprieve; Remains in Production

Back in March at their annual GPU Technology Conference, NVIDIA announced the long-anticipated 32GB version of their flagship Tesla V100 accelerator. By using newer 8-Hi HBM2 memory stacks, NVIDIA...

21 by Ryan Smith on 5/24/2018

NVIDIA Develops NVLink Switch: NVSwitch, 18 Ports For DGX-2 & More

Back in 2016 when NVIDIA launched the Pascal GP100 GPU and associated Tesla cards, one of the consequences of their increased server focus for Pascal was that interconnect bandwidth...

22 by Ryan Smith on 3/27/2018

NVIDIA Bumps All Tesla V100 Models to 32GB, Effective Immediately

Update 05/24: NVIDIA has since reached out to us, informing us that their previous statement about 32GB cards replacing 16GB cards was in error, and that the 16GB V100...

7 by Ryan Smith on 3/27/2018

GIGABYTE's G190-G30: a 1U Server with Four Volta and NVLink

GIGABYTE Server, the B2B arm of GIGABYTE's enterprise line, is adding the G190-G30 to its roster. This is a 1U server that uses four SXM2 GPUs and dual Xeon...

2 by Joe Shields on 3/27/2018

NVIDIA Ships First Volta-based DGX Systems

This Wednesday, NVIDIA has announced that they have shipped their first commercial Volta-based DGX-1 system to the MGH & BWH Center for Clinical Data Science (CCDS), a Massachusetts-based research...

49 by Nate Oh on 9/7/2017

NVIDIA and Baidu Sign Multi-Facet AI Tech Partnership for Tesla, DRIVE PX2, & SHIELD TV

This morning NVIDIA and Chinese Internet juggernaut Baidu are announcing that they have signed a multi-faceted AI technology partnership that will see the Internet giant utilize NVIDIA’s hardware for...

3 by Ryan Smith on 7/5/2017

NVIDIA Formally Announces PCIe Tesla V100: Available Later This Year

Similar to last year, at this year's International Supercomputing Conference (ISC) NVIDIA has announced and detailed a PCI Express version of their latest Tesla GPU accelerator, the Volta-based V100...

27 by Nate Oh on 6/20/2017

NVIDIA Volta Unveiled: GV100 GPU and Tesla V100 Accelerator Announced

Today at their annual GPU Technology Conference keynote, NVIDIA's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announced the company's first Volta GPU and Volta products. Taking aim at the very high end of...

179 by Ryan Smith on 5/10/2017

The NVIDIA GPU Tech Conference 2017 Keynote Live Blog

Taking place today is NVIDIA's keynote for GTC 2017. This keynote provides an annual, high-level overview of what NVIDIA is planning over the next couple of years. And with...

23 by Ryan Smith on 5/10/2017

NVIDIA Announces Tesla P40 & Tesla P4 - Neural Network Inference, Big & Small

Over the last few months we have seen NVIDIA’s Pascal GPUs roll out among their consumer cards, and now the time has come for the Tesla line to get...

37 by Ryan Smith on 9/13/2016

Hot Chips 2016: NVIDIA Pascal GP100 Die Shot Released

The first day of conference sessions wrapped up earlier this evening at the annual Hot Chips symposium. One of the computing industry’s lower-key events, the IEEE conference for high...

13 by Ryan Smith on 8/23/2016

NVIDIA Announces PCI Express Tesla P100: Shipping In Q4’16

Kicking off this week in Frankfurt, Germany is the annual International Supercomputing Conference, better known as ISC. One of the two major supercomputing conferences for the year, ISC is...

56 by Ryan Smith on 6/20/2016

IBM, NVIDIA and Wistron Develop New OpenPOWER HPC Server with POWER8 CPUs

IBM, NVIDIA and Wistron have introduced their second-generation server for high-performance computing (HPC) applications at the OpenPOWER Summit. The new machine is designed for IBM’s latest POWER8 microprocessors, NVIDIA’s...

50 by Anton Shilov on 4/6/2016

NVIDIA Unveils the DGX-1 HPC Server: 8 Teslas, 3U, Q2 2016

For a few years now, NVIDIA has been flirting with the server business as a means of driving the growth of datacenter sales of their products. A combination of...

30 by Ryan Smith & Ian Cutress on 4/6/2016

NVIDIA Announces Tesla P100 Accelerator - Pascal GP100 Power for HPC

Today at their 2016 GPU Technology Conference, NVIDIA announced the first of their Pascal architecture powered Tesla cards, the Tesla P100. The P100 is the first major update to...

93 by Ryan Smith on 4/5/2016

The NVIDIA GTC 2016 Keynote Live Blog

We're here in sunny San Jose for the 2016 edition of NVIDIA's annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC). With CEO Jen-Hsun Huang presenting, we're expecting a Pascal-heavy presentation about the...

48 by Ryan Smith on 4/5/2016

NVIDIA Announces Tesla M40 & M4 Server Cards - Data Center Machine Learning

Slowly but steadily NVIDIA has been rotating in Maxwell GPUs into the company’s lineup of Tesla server cards. Though Maxwell is not well-suited towards the kind of high precision...

24 by Ryan Smith on 11/10/2015

NVIDIA Announces GRID 2.0, Tesla M60 & M6 Server Cards

Kicking off this week in San Francisco is VMware’s annual VMworld conference. One of the major yearly virtualization conferences, it’s also host to a number of virtualization-related product announcements...

6 by Ryan Smith on 8/30/2015

NVIDIA Launches Tesla K80, GK210 GPU

Kicking off today is the annual International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis, better known as SC. For NVIDIA, next to their annual GPU Technology Conference...

29 by Ryan Smith on 11/17/2014

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