- Cloud / IBM Adds Nvidia’s Tesla M60 GPU Accelerators to Its Cloud
- IBM officials for more than a year have turned to Nvidia’s GPU accelerators to boost the system in its cloud computing environment.
- IBM officials the week said they now are offering the graphics-chips maker’s Tesla M60 GPU in the cloud to enable users to run virtual desktop applications more quickly and more affordably.
- The massive tech vendor last year brought Nvidia’s Tesla K80 and Tesla K10 GPUs into the IBM Cloud to make it easier and faster to run such complex high-performance computing (HPC) workloads as data analytics and deep learning.
- By offering the accelerator in the IBM Cloud, Big Blue officials said companies can now take advantage of the performance increases to cut the processing time of applications in such areas as CAD/CAM from days or weeks to hours, when compared with systems running on CPUs only. “
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@IBM: “.@NVIDIA GPUs on the @IBMCloud accelerate deep learning and highly complex workloads:”
The tech giant continues to take advantage of Nvidia’s GPUs to speed up the processing of complex workloads on its IBM Cloud environment.
IBM Adds Nvidia’s Tesla M60 GPU Accelerators to Its Cloud