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Building the GPU-Accelerated Data Center

Attend this webinar with Brian Corn, Vice President of Product Integration at Thinkmate, and learn more about GPU-accelerated technologies.

The data center is the new unit of Exascale AI, graphics, HPC, and virtualized computing. Now, with the unprecedented growth of AI, along with improved storage, and the advent of 5G connectivity, the data center is undergoing a fundamental transformation.

But organizations seeking competitive advantage through technology will need to invest carefully so they optimize their return on investment (ROI). This is where graphics processing unit (GPU)-accelerated computing, based on the latest NVIDIA® technology, can help you build a scalable and efficient GPU-accelerated data center.

Topics Covered

  • Key technologies used as foundational building blocks of your GPU-accelerated data center
  • How GPU-accelerated technology can meet the unique needs of enterprises such as Financial Services and Life Sciences/Healthcare
  • The latest accelerated technology for GPU-accelerated computing use case deployments such as high-performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI)

Time: 10/14 - 12PM EDT/9AM PDT

Register here!


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