Nimbix Announces NVIDIA DGX-1 with Tesla V100 GPUs in the Nimbix Cloud
NVIDIA® DGX-1™ with Tesla® V100 GPUs in the Nimbix Cloud delivers the computing power of 800 CPUs in a single node.
Dallas, TX – Nimbix cloud supercomputing provider now allows developers to build applications that tap into the new generation of NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs. These GPUs are designed to provide high-performance acceleration for AI and machine learning and deep learning applications.
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“Nimbix was one of the first public cloud providers with NVIDIA GPU computing platform as a service, and we’re now proudly extending the broadest portfolio of accelerated on-demand resources with the latest Volta technology,” said Leo Reiter, CTO of Nimbix. “Combined with the JARVICE container native platform and low latency interconnects, these new NVIDIA DGX systems will take cloud-based deep learning to a whole new level of performance and ease of consumption.”
“By expanding their cloud service offering to include the latest NVIDIA DGX systems built on the latest Volta architecture, Nimbix is strengthening an already impressive deep learning portfolio,” said Paresh Kharya, group product marketing manager at NVIDIA.
With Tesla V100 GPUs in the Nimbix cloud, companies do not need to invest in hefty hardware required for compute-intensive machine learning and AI workflows. The V100 is faster than previous generations of NVIDIA GPUs, showing up to 3X faster DL training. The immediate availability on Nimbix’s cloud means companies can get started using it right away.
Nimbix is the leading provider of purpose-built cloud computing for machine learning, AI and HPC applications. Powered by JARVICE™, the Nimbix Cloud provides high-performance software as a service, dramatically speeding up data processing for Energy, Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Media and Analytics applications. Nimbix delivers unique accelerated high-performance systems and applications from its world-class data centers as a pay-per-use service.