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IBM Expands GPU Offerings for Virtual Servers with NVIDIA Tesla V100

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The NVIDIA Tesla V100 gives IBM customers more choice for their virtual server environment

Adding to its already powerful portfolio of NVIDIA graphic processing units (GPUs) for virtual servers, IBM is excited to announce the general availability of NVIDIA Tesla V100 Tensor Core GPUs in IBM Cloud’s virtual server environment. Customers can now choose between NVIDIA Tesla P100 and Tesla V100 Tensor Core to match GPU processing capabilities to the specific needs of their cloud workloads.

Powered by the revolutionary NVIDIA Volta architecture, the Tesla V100 will satisfy the most stringent demands of today’s next-generation AI, analytics, deep learning, and high-performance computing (HPC) workloads. The Tesla V100 accomplishes this by delivering 112 teraFLOPS of deep-learning performance to accelerate compute-intensive workloads. It delivers over 40{07c2b926d154bd5dc241f595a572d3349d41d98f2484798a4a616f4fafe1ebc0} performance improvements for HPC and over 4X deep-learning performance improvements over the previous-generation NVIDIA Pascal architecture-based Tesla P100.

The following virtual server configurations are now available in the U.S. and Europe:

In addition, IBM Cloud offers the NVIDIA Tesla P100 and Tesla V100 GPUs on both bare metal and virtual servers so that customers have choices to best suit their organization’s workloads. With NVIDIA GPU support on virtual servers, customers can spin up their most complex graphics, compute, and deep-learning workloads with ease and speed.

How to order

Click here to learn more specifically about our vGPU offerings. Click here to learn more about all of our GPU offerings. If you’re ready to order, head to the “Virtual server GPU options” section of the page and click Order Now.

Offering Manager, IBM Watson and Cloud Platform

Dustin McNabb

IBM GTM Offering Manager

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