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Today at the GPU Technology Conference, NVIDIA introduced its CUDA-X AI platform, what it calls the only end-to-end platform for the acceleration of data science. Along with this, several major vendors have announced NVIDIA T4 servers architected to run CUDA-X AI accelerated data analytics, machine learning, and deep learning. NVIDIA T4 GPUs instances paired with NVIDIA CUDA-X AI are coming to AWS Marketplace. And NVIDIA CUDA-X AI Acceleration libraries are now available on Microsoft Azure.

NVIDIA Introduces New High Performance Workstations

Today at the GPU Technology Conference, NVIDIA announced that it is working with the leading OEMs and system builders to help deliver new workstations aimed at data scientists, analysts, and engineers. The OEM and system builders are led by major names like HP, Dell, and Lenovo, building systems that integrate NVIDIA Quadro RTX GPUs and NVIDIA CUDA-X AI. These new technologies will allow businesses to make faster, more accurate predictions, while being more productive. 

NVIDIA Unveils Omniverse

Today at the GPU Technology Conference, NVIDIA unveiled a new open, interactive 3D design collaboration platform for multi-tool workflows, Omniverse. This open collaboration platform enables teams to work together, in real-time, on creating and rendering scenes using 2D and 3D software. 

NVIDIA Expands Its RTX Server Lineup

Today at the GPU Technology Conference, NVIDIA announced that it is expanding its RTX server lineup to meet the demand for data center and cloud graphic applications. Some of the world’s largest system makers are rolling out new RTX servers including Dell, HPE, Lenovo, ASUS and Supermicro. These new servers will be able to deliver visually rich content in real-time without the previous costs involved.

Lenovo Makes Several AI Announcements At GTC 2019

Today at the 10th annual GPU Technology Conference, Lenovo made several announcements centered on AI. Lenovo announced the launch of AI Workshops, AI innovation centers aimed at helping customers to best leverage AI. The company also announced an enhancement to its ThinkSystem SR670 server that is ideal for AI workloads. 

Micron Introduces Client 2200 NVMe SSDs

Today Micron Technology, Inc. announced that it was expanding its client NVMe SSDs with the addition of the Micron 2200 PCIe NVMe SSD. Aimed at OEMs that are looking for NVMe storage, the 2200 leverages 3D TLC NAND, internally designed ASIC drive controller and firmware in an M.2 form factor. The 2200 comes in capacities up to 1TB.

Lenovo ThinkStation P920 Tower Workstation Review

The Lenovo ThinkStation P920 is a tower workstation with the potential for tons of power. The workstation can be equipped with dual Intel Xeon processors for up to 28 cores. Along with that, at the top end it can be fitted with up to 2TB of DDR4, 2666MHz of RAM, and up to three NVIDIA Quadro P6000’s, an exclusive to this workstation. Lenovo offers off the shelf and build your own models.

Kingston Launches New DC500 Series SSDs

Today Kingston Technology Company, Inc. announced the launch of its data center DC500R enterprise SSD. The SSD is optimized for read-intensive applications and the first to implement the company’s strict QoS requirements to ensure predictable random I/O performance as well as predictable low latencies over a wide range of read and write workloads. The company is also announcing that its mixed-use workload drive, the DC500M will begin shipping next week.

NetApp & NVIDIA Support AI Workloads

Throughout 2018, the momentum of machine learning advances steadily increased. With NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference for 2019 coming up, this is a good time to review how NetApp and NVIDIA have contributed to advances in machine learning and AI over the past year and what is in store for this year.

NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 Review

Back in August at SIGGRAPH, NVIDIA announced an all new graphics architecture, Turing, as well as new Quadro RTX GPUs. Of the several new GPUs announced then, today we will be looking specifically at the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 GPU. Billed as the first ray-tracing GPUs that also uses deep learning and advanced shading. The RTX 5000 is designed for next-generation workloads with the potential of rendering photorealistic scenes in real-time, a boon to video editors as well as automotive and architectural designers.