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Recently, Machine Learning leaped into the computing mainstream and now ML is advancing across all enterprise applications. GPU usage models are penetrating new industries and advanced servers with GPUs will take deep learning to new performance levels that augment Artificial Intelligence. New server architecture innovations will drive higher levels of performance in ML applications. As GPUs become more powerful, GPU networks will need to be more efficient as well. Supermicro has advanced the state-of-the-art in GPU-optimized server architectures, perfect for the emerging deep learning applications.Hear the latest in GPU server architectures and deep learning customer case-studies of how customers achieved incredible deep learning results from Supermicro solutions.

Recently, Machine Learning leaped into the computing mainstream and now ML is advancing across all enterprise applications. GPU usage models are penetrating new industries and advanced servers with GPUs will take deep learning to new performance levels that augment Artificial Intelligence. New server architecture innovations will drive higher levels of performance in ML applications. As GPUs become more powerful, GPU networks will need to be more efficient as well. Supermicro has advanced the state-of-the-art in GPU-optimized server architectures, perfect for the emerging deep learning applications.Hear the latest in GPU server architectures and deep learning customer case-studies of how customers achieved incredible deep learning results from Supermicro solutions.

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Topics:
Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning, HPC and Supercomputing
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2017
Session ID:
S7834
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As GPU-enabled computing matures, selecting the best hardware platform is more essential than ever. Successful enterprises understand the importance of optimizing compute power and density, I/O bandwidth and latency, plus electrical power-efficiency and cooling to ideally match the intended application within the specified budget. Supermicro, with its industry-leading building-block solutions, delivers the most comprehensive range of GPU-optimized platforms on the market. This presentation, featuring Supermicro's FatTwin, Twin, SuperBlade andrack/tower building blocks will highlight some of the most important architectural innovations to consider when selecting the best GPU platforms.

As GPU-enabled computing matures, selecting the best hardware platform is more essential than ever. Successful enterprises understand the importance of optimizing compute power and density, I/O bandwidth and latency, plus electrical power-efficiency and cooling to ideally match the intended application within the specified budget. Supermicro, with its industry-leading building-block solutions, delivers the most comprehensive range of GPU-optimized platforms on the market. This presentation, featuring Supermicro's FatTwin, Twin, SuperBlade andrack/tower building blocks will highlight some of the most important architectural innovations to consider when selecting the best GPU platforms.

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Topics:
Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2015
Session ID:
S5865
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Power Budget Challenges? Space Limitations? CAPEX and OPEX Constraints? Unmet Performance Expectations? Compressed Deployment Schedules? Server Management Interoperability? Serviceability? Density? Compatibility? What's YOUR biggest hardware challenge when deciding upon YOUR ideal GPU System Architecture?<br> <br> Choosing the right hardware platform plays a tremendous role in the success of any GPU Solution endeavor. Supermicro has the broadest portfolio of GPU system building blocks in the industry. This session will give an overview of the many GPU System choices Supermicro provides to engineers and solutions architects. Strengths, optimizations, and competitive advantages within each of the Supermicro GPU product families will be reviewed so that the audience can gain a better understanding of how to select the best platform to meet their unique demands.
Power Budget Challenges? Space Limitations? CAPEX and OPEX Constraints? Unmet Performance Expectations? Compressed Deployment Schedules? Server Management Interoperability? Serviceability? Density? Compatibility? What's YOUR biggest hardware challenge when deciding upon YOUR ideal GPU System Architecture?<br> <br> Choosing the right hardware platform plays a tremendous role in the success of any GPU Solution endeavor. Supermicro has the broadest portfolio of GPU system building blocks in the industry. This session will give an overview of the many GPU System choices Supermicro provides to engineers and solutions architects. Strengths, optimizations, and competitive advantages within each of the Supermicro GPU product families will be reviewed so that the audience can gain a better understanding of how to select the best platform to meet their unique demands.   Back
 
Topics:
Desktop & Application Virtualization, Performance Optimization, HPC and Supercomputing
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2014
Session ID:
S4958
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As GPU-enabled computing matures, selecting the best hardware platform is more essential than ever. Successful enterprises understand the importance of optimizing compute power and density, I/O bandwidth and latency, plus electrical power-efficiency and cooling to ideally match their intended application within their specified budget. Supermicro, with its industry-leading building-block solutions, delivers the most comprehensive range of GPU-optimized platforms on the market. This presentation, featuring Supermicro''s FatTwinâ¢, Twinâ¢, SuperBlade⢠and rack/tower building blocks will highlight some of the most important architectural innovations to consider when selecting the best GPU platforms for HPC, Cloud/GRID and Workstation applications.

As GPU-enabled computing matures, selecting the best hardware platform is more essential than ever. Successful enterprises understand the importance of optimizing compute power and density, I/O bandwidth and latency, plus electrical power-efficiency and cooling to ideally match their intended application within their specified budget. Supermicro, with its industry-leading building-block solutions, delivers the most comprehensive range of GPU-optimized platforms on the market. This presentation, featuring Supermicro''s FatTwinâ¢, Twinâ¢, SuperBlade⢠and rack/tower building blocks will highlight some of the most important architectural innovations to consider when selecting the best GPU platforms for HPC, Cloud/GRID and Workstation applications.

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Topics:
Desktop & Application Virtualization, Computer Aided Engineering
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2013
Session ID:
S3575
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Discover the measurable advantages that make Supermicro the time-to-market leader in GPU platform enablement. See how Supermicro'??s innovative Application-Optimized designs enable partners to both scale-up and scale-out for maximum return on investment. Review actual case studies that highlight Supermicro's leadership in Compute Density, Peak Performance, Scalability, Power Efficiency, Manageability, Reliability and Cost Effectiveness.

Discover the measurable advantages that make Supermicro the time-to-market leader in GPU platform enablement. See how Supermicro'??s innovative Application-Optimized designs enable partners to both scale-up and scale-out for maximum return on investment. Review actual case studies that highlight Supermicro's leadership in Compute Density, Peak Performance, Scalability, Power Efficiency, Manageability, Reliability and Cost Effectiveness.

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Topics:
General Interest
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2012
Session ID:
S2636
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Speakers:
Don Clegg
- Super Micro Computer, Inc.
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Find out how Supermicro scales up and scales out GPU performance by using Twin™ architecture. In this session, we outline Supermicro''s Twin™ architecture advantages across 1U/2U GPU servers and the design of personal supercomputer, and how we are able to scale and optimize GPU technology for datacenter environment and for professional workstation.
Find out how Supermicro scales up and scales out GPU performance by using Twin™ architecture. In this session, we outline Supermicro''s Twin™ architecture advantages across 1U/2U GPU servers and the design of personal supercomputer, and how we are able to scale and optimize GPU technology for datacenter environment and for professional workstation.  Back
 
Topics:
HPC and AI, Computer Vision
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2010
Session ID:
S102293
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Speakers:
Don Clegg
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Supermicro and NVIDIA® recently announced a new class of servers that combines massively parallel GPUs with multi-core CPUs in a single server system. This unique configuration delivers performance at least an order of magnitude better than traditional quad-core CPU-based servers. This breakthrough technology immediately provides users with the ability to implement tasks that were traditionally addressed only with massive supercomputers or that were simply unsolvable. With GPUs and CPUs on a co-processing 1U server, data centers can achieve greater system manageability and a uniform building block for deployment. Supermicro will provide an overview of this groundbreaking product in this session.
Supermicro and NVIDIA® recently announced a new class of servers that combines massively parallel GPUs with multi-core CPUs in a single server system. This unique configuration delivers performance at least an order of magnitude better than traditional quad-core CPU-based servers. This breakthrough technology immediately provides users with the ability to implement tasks that were traditionally addressed only with massive supercomputers or that were simply unsolvable. With GPUs and CPUs on a co-processing 1U server, data centers can achieve greater system manageability and a uniform building block for deployment. Supermicro will provide an overview of this groundbreaking product in this session.   Back
 
Topics:
General Interest
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2009
Session ID:
S09145
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