High Performance Deep Learning Computing
Hardware designed to meet the new demands of AI and data analytics
Revolutionary performance powered by NVIDIA – the best GPU for machine learning
The world’s first personal supercomputer for leading-edge AI development. NVIDIA DGX Station features four NVIDIA® Tesla® V100 GPU accelerators fully connected through NVIDIA® NVLink™, the NVIDIA high-performance GPU interconnect, and is powered by the DGX Software Stack. The DGX Station gives computational scientists, data scientists, and AI researchers the fastest start in deep learning, HPC, and data science from the convenience of their desks.
NVIDIA DGX Station is a deep learning workstation architected for high performance, multi-GPU neural network training equivalent or better than what’s traditionally found in a data center, now placed at the developer’s fingertips.
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Enterprises that are developing systems to run intense AI workloads have two choices to do the heavy lifting: traditional CPU (central processing unit) architecture, or a specialized GPU (graphics processing unit) pipeline. It’s almost universally understood that in the modern enterprise context, running numerous deep learning workloads in parallel is the bread and butter of […]
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AI startups and machine learning-focused enterprises are carving out an increasingly visible and relevant space for themselves in the marketplace. Consumer data company Statista reports that in 2020, the global AI software market – encompassing machine learning, computer vision, and natural language processing (NLP) applications, among others – is expected to reach a size of […]