NVIDIA RTX A6000 and NVIDIA A40

Posted on 25 May, 2021

The new NVIDIA RTX A6000 combines 48GB of graphics memory with the latest generation RT Cores, Tensor Cores and CUDA cores to deliver the extreme desktop performance engineers and artists need to innovate from anywhere. With cutting-edge performance and features, the RTX A6000 lets you work at the speed of inspiration to tackle the urgent needs of today whilst meeting the rapidly evolving, compute-intensive tasks of tomorrow.

With the industry's first implementation of the new VirtualLink, the RTX A6000 provides connectivity to the next-generation of high-resolution VR headhunted displays to let designers view their work in the most compelling virtual environments possible.

The NVIDIA A40 accelerates the most demanding visual computing workloads from the datacentre, combining the latest NVIDIA Ampere architecture RT Cores, Tensor Cores, and CUDA® Cores with 48 GB of graphics memory. From powerful virtual workstations accessible from anywhere to dedicated render nodes, NVIDIA A40 brings next generation NVIDIA RTX™ technology to the datacentre for the most advanced professional visualisation workloads.

 

To find out more about these products or to test them at Boston Labs contact our Sales team at [email protected] or call us on 01727 876100.

Tags: nvidia, rtx a600, a40

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