The Mellanox Ethernet switch portfolio consists of Top-of-Rack (TOR) switches that range from 12 to 128 ports, with Ethernet data rates of up to 100GbE per port, allowing for the building of cost-effective & scalable switch fabrics.
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NVIDIA (Nasdaq: NVDA) is the world leader in visual computing technologies and the inventor of the GPU, a high-performance processor which generates breathtaking, interactive graphics on workstations, personal computers, game consoles, and mobile devices.
The most advanced data centre GPU ever
Boston Limited are the only NVIDIA Elite Solutions Provider in Northern Europe. Elite partners are the highest level of partnership with NVIDIA and are reserved for those partners who demonstrate the highest level of commitment to visual computing.
Imagine a processor that offers advanced design capabilities for entertainment and commerce, while enabling scientists to tackle the world's most challenging problems from climate research to quantum physics. The GPU makes all of this possible.
GPU computing is the use of a GPU (graphics processing unit) together with a CPU to accelerate general-purpose scientific and engineering applications. Introduced by NVIDIA, GPU computing has quickly become an industry standard, enjoyed by millions of users worldwide and adopted by virtually all computing vendors.
GPU computing offers unprecedented application performance by offloading compute-intensive portions of the application to the GPU, while the remainder of the code still runs on the CPU. From a user's perspective, applications simply run significantly faster.
CPU vs. GPU
A simple way to understand the difference between a CPU and GPU is to compare how they process tasks. A CPU consists of a few cores that are optimised for sequential serial processing, whereas a GPU consists of thousands of smaller, more efficient cores designed for handling multiple tasks simultaneously.
The Next Dimension. Deploy a Full, Seamless Windows 10 Experience in a Fully Virtualised Environment
FULL-FEATURE, FULL SPEED.
Digital Natives; Technical Innovators; Impatient Millennials; However you think of them, today’s workforce expect a fast, full-feature Windows 10 experience – whilst also demanding all the convenience that comes from a virtualised desktop infrastructure.
PROJECT CRITICAL ASSETS.
Amidst a growing cybersecurity threat, you need to ensure your most valued assets are protected from theft or loss… without constraining productivity.
NVIDIA GRID improves overall security whilst ensuring designs, data and intellectual property are stored centrally, protecting your data from breaches or damage, whilst still supporting real-time collaboration and team work.
As platforms strive to be evermore powerful, flexible and easy-to-use, future applications are only going to become more and more graphics-intensive.
Deploying NVIDIA GRID makes sure that your virtual desktop infrastructure isn't just able to support every feature of Windows 10, but whatever comes after it.
Top 4 Reasons Why Windows 10 VDI Needs GPU - Infographic
Top 4 Reasons Why Windows 10 VDI Needs GPU - eBook
KEEP PACE WITH GROWING DEMANDS.
Today’s modern workforce expects immersive, high-quality visuals and tremendous processing speed. These graphics requirements, plus a 2X increase in the number of applications requiring accelerated graphics, is putting new power demands on Windows 10 virtual desktops.
Learn why a VDI environment with GPUs is a must-have for any enterprise organisation.
Increase performance, improve experience and simplify management with a network built to support even the most demanding of applications.
Give your business the flexibility to embrace innovation, seize new opportunities, and offer greater staff freedom than ever before.
Today’s graphics-hungry applications are just the start – NVIDIA GRID delivers network virtualisation ready to support whatever the future can throw at it.
NVIDIA Volta Deep Dive
The most advanced data centre GPU ever
Every industry wants intelligence. Within their ever-growing oceans of data lie insights that can revolutionise entire industries. Personalised cancer therapy, predicting the next big hurricane, virtual personal assistants conversing naturally. These opportunities can become a reality when data scientists are given the tool they need to realise their life’s work.
NVIDIA® Tesla® V100 is the world’s most advanced data center GPU ever built to accelerate AI, HPC, and Graphics. Powered by the latest GPU architecture, NVIDIA Volta™, Tesla V100 offers the performance of 100 CPUs in a single GPU—enabling data scientists, researchers, and engineers to tackle challenges that were once impossible.
Tesla V100 Specifications:
5120 CUDA cores
640 New Tensor Cores
7.5 TeraFLOPS double-precision performance with NVIDIA GPU Boost
15 TeraFLOPS single-precision performance with NVIDIA GPU Boost
120 TeraFLOPS mixed-precision deep learning performance with NVIDIA GPU Boost
300 GB/s bi-directional interconnect bandwidth with NVIDIA NVLink
900 GB/s memory bandwidth with CoWoS HBM2 Stacked Memory
NVIDIA Tesla V100 powered by NVIDIA Volta™ architecture is the computational engine for scientific computing and artificial intelligence.
Here are 3 powerful reasons to deploy NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs to your data center:
1. Be prepared for the AI revolution
2. Top applications are GPU-accelerated
3. Boost data center productivity and throughput
NVIDIA® Tesla® V100 is the world’s most advanced data center GPU ever built to accelerate AI, HPC, and
Graphics. Powered by the latest GPU architecture, NVIDIA Volta™, Tesla V100 offers the performance of
100 CPUs in a single GPU—enabling data scientists, researchers, and engineers to tackle challenges that
were once impossible.
Powered by four ground-breaking technologies with discontinuous jumps in performance, NVIDIA® Tesla® V100 GPUs enable lightning fast nodes to deliver the highest absolute performance for HPC and deep learning workloads with infinite computing needs.
Boston’s industry leading servers are a masterclass of server design and innovation, creating a streamlined architecture which eliminates complex cabling and GPU pre-heat for maximum airflow, cooling and performance-per-watt.
The ANNA Volta [1029GQ-TVRT] houses 4 GPUs in the front, no PCI-E switches or bottlenecks are used and all GPUs are connected directly to the PCI-E Gen 3 bus for maximum performance and minimal latency. In addition to the 4 GPUs, the 1U server provides 4x PCI-E Gen 3 slots for InfiniBand or Omni-Path allowing strong RDMA performance.
The ANNA Volta XL [4028GR-TVRT]features 8x NVIDIA® Tesla® V100 GPU accelerators for deep learning training, purpose-built to dramatically reduce training time. Running Caffe and Torch on the Tesla V100 delivers the same model within days versus weeks on CPU based compute systems.
ANNA Volta Key Features
4 x NVIDIA Volta SXM2 GPUs up to 300 GB/s GPU-to-GPU via NVLINK
Dual socket P (LGA 3647) supports Intel Xeon Scalable Processors, 3x UPI up to 10.4GT/S
Peer-to-Peer GPU communication
ANNA Volta XL Key Features
8 x NVIDIA Volta SXM2 GPUs up to 300 GB/s GPU-to-GPU via NVLINK
Dual socket R3 (LGA 2011) supports Intel Xeon Scalable Processors, 3x UPI up to 10.4GT/S
NVIDIA Whitepaper: Accelerated computing and the democratisation of supercomputing
Accelerated computing is revolutionising the economics of the data centre. HPC enterprise and hyperscale customers deploy accelerated servers because GPUs deliver unprecedented cost savings for their data centre. This whitepaper provides an analysis on how accelerators like the NVIDIA® Tesla® P100 can lower data centre cost by up to 50%.
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