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.
The global availability of NVIDIA®Tesla®P100 graphics processing units (GPUs) in IBM Cloud’s virtual server environment is now here. Learn how you can significantly accelerate the performance of your compute heavy workloads with GPUs on IBM Cloud servers.
We're excited to announce our new GPU family—accelerated compute "ac1" flavors.
Starting today, you can equip individual IBM Cloud bare metal servers with up to two NVIDIA Tesla V100 PCIe GPU accelerators — NVIDIA’s latest, fastest and most advanced GPU architecture. The combination of IBM high-speed network connectivity and bare metal servers with the Tesla V100 GPUs provides the performance and speed that enterprises need. That means AI models that once needed weeks of computing resources can now be trained in just a few hours.
Graphics processing units (GPUs) take your artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning workloads to the next level. We'll give you 40 percent off on NVIDIA GPUs when you order an IBM Cloud bare metal server.
At InterConnect, we’ll dive deeper into the NVIDIA technologies supporting the bridge to cognitive computing and how they're partnering with IBM Cloud and Watson to make it all available as a consumable cloud service.
GPUs are very efficient at manipulating computer graphics, image processing, and other computationally intensive high performance computing (HPC) applications—not to mention they have a major performance advantage. This is the reason Bluemix brought these capabilities to a broader audience.