AMAX Accelerates Next-Gen AI Computing With NVIDIA A100 GPU Test Drive Program
Experience the fastest, most powerful NVIDIA GPU-based servers for AI and HPC workloads
AMAX’s HPC and AI Solutions Group announced the launch of its NVIDIA A100 GPU Test Drive program for customers to accelerate their most demanding analytics, high-performance computing (HPC), inference, and training workloads with a test drive of AMAX’s AceleMax series of NVIDIA GPU-based data center servers.
The program provides customers a unique opportunity to test workloads on remote servers, leveraging NVIDIA HGX A100 platforms. With over 700 HPC applications and all AI frameworks accelerated, customers can get a dramatic throughput boost for their workloads. AMAX’s AceleMax series of NVIDIA GPU-based data center servers delivers the horsepower needed to run bigger simulations faster than ever before.
“AMAX is delighted to enable customers to test drive one of the AceleMax series of NVIDIA GPU-based data center servers and to help accelerate their most demanding analytics, HPC, inference, and training workloads,” said Dr. Rene Meyer, VP of Technology at AMAX. “AMAX’s AceleMax GPU solutions, powered by the latest NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPUs, deliver unprecedented performance and massive scalability.”
“The NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU accelerates the industry’s most demanding analytics, high performance computing, inference, and training workloads,” said Paresh Kharya, senior director of product management for accelerated computing at NVIDIA. “AMAX’s test drive program allows customers to more easily tap into the performance and power of the NVIDIA A100 GPU by creating a quick and simple way to experience the results firsthand.”
Based on first-come first-serve reservations, qualified clients will have full access to the systems to freely test specific applications and performance. In addition, as an NVIDIA Elite Partner, AMAX offers a comprehensive line of GPU-integrated solutions optimized for deep learning at any scale.
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