Post Syndicated from Cliff Robinson original https://www.servethehome.com/lenovo-thinkedge-se350-v2-se360-v2-and-sr675-v3-launched-for-ai/
Lenovo has a trio of new AI servers, the Lenovo ThinkEdge SE350 V2 and SE360 V2 are edge AI platforms and the ThinkSystem SR675 V3 is for big GPUs
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Post Syndicated from Cliff Robinson original https://www.servethehome.com/gigabyte-h263-v11-a-2u4n-nvidia-grace-hopper-platform-arm-broadcom-intel/
At Computex 2023, we saw a Gigabyte H263-V11. This is a 2U 4-node NVIDIA Grace Hopper solution in a familiar form factor
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Post Syndicated from Cliff Robinson original https://www.servethehome.com/asus-nvidia-hgx-h100-ai-intel-2u4n-amd-epyc-genoa-at-isc-2023/
At ISC 2023 we saw the ASUS ESC E8-N11 NVIDIA DGX H100 AI server as well as the dense AMD EPYC 2U 4-node server with a major twist
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Post Syndicated from Patrick Kennedy original https://www.servethehome.com/nvidia-dgx-versus-nvidia-hgx-what-is-the-difference/
If you are confused about the NVIDIA DGX versus NVIDIA HGX systems, we have a guide to help understand the positioning of both platforms
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Post Syndicated from Cliff Robinson original https://www.servethehome.com/nvidia-h100-nvl-for-high-end-ai-inference-launched/
The NVIDIA H100 NVL is the company’s fastest and most power efficient H100 series GPU at its launch boasting an updated memory subsystem
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Post Syndicated from Patrick Kennedy original https://www.servethehome.com/intel-announces-it-is-ending-traditional-hpc-platforms/
Intel announced the end of the traditional CPU and GPU HPC architecture as we know it with some big roadmap updates
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