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Visual Compute Acceleration for the surging growth of multimedia creations

sansan_strozier

 

Get ready to rev your multimedia engines! The ProLiant ML 350 with the Quadro GV100 is the ideal deep learning solution for providing the extreme compute power necessary for designers, engineers, and others to rapidly create with high visual fidelity.

hpe-deep-learning-solutions-ml350-gen10.jpgDo you need to create animations and multimedia solutions but need lots of expandability, like a family-sized SUV; security like a Brinks armored truck; and performance like a Bugatti Veyron?

Look no further.  The HPE ProLiant ML350 Gen10 Server with newly-added support for the NVIDIA® Quadro® GV100 and NVIDIA NVLink interconnect technology is up to the challenge.

ProLiant’s most powerful and versatile 2P tower

You probably already know that the ProLiant ML350 Gen10 Server offers the best performance and expandability in the HPE ProLiant tower portfolio, and it supports two Intel Xeon Scalable processors that give it up to a 71% performance boost [1]. It also delivers up to 3.9x higher virtualized throughput, and more VMs per server2.  Additionally, it features large expansion capacity with eight high-performance PCIe slots that can accommodate up to 24 drives. If you are concerned about your carbon footprint, the ML350 has also achieved the world record result among 2P tower servers for energy efficiency3. Finally, the ML350 Gen10 is built with iL0 5’s silicon root of trust making the HPE ProLiant Gen10 portfolio the world’s most secure industry standard servers4.

Customers love the ML350 for workloads like virtualization, storage and backup, and multi-function—which means running file and print, network functions, and virtualization on the same server. They can also use it for big data analytics, VDI, and other graphics-intensive apps like medical imaging and multimedia.

Advanced visual computing architecture

Now with the total solution of the HPE ProLiant ML350 Gen10 Server, the Quadro GV100 and NVLink, you can experience real-time ray tracing, simulation, and AI-based computing and acceleration. In addition, users can:

  • Create a massive visual computing solution by connecting up to four Quadro GV100 GPUs with NVLink, for even greater memory and compute.
  • Drive the most detailed and lifelike virtual reality experiences
  • Enjoy advanced multi-display technologies for image synchronization and resolution scaling

The Quadro GV100 with NVLink delivers new capabilities in deep learning, rendering and simulation -- allowing businesses to innovate without restriction,” says Bob Pette, VP Professional Visualization, NVIDIA. “The ProLiant ML 350 with the Quadro GV100 is the ideal deep learning platform while providing the extreme power necessary for designers, engineers and others to create with high visual fidelity and obtain fast results.” 

Discover more for yourself. For a look at the expandability and performance of the ML350, check out the hardware tour. For more information on artificial intelligence and deep learning, review our eBook.


[1] Intel measurements. Up to 71% performance increase of Intel Xeon Platinum vs. previous generation E5 v4 average performance based on key industry-standard benchmark calculations comparing 2-socket Intel Xeon Platinum 8180 to E5-2699 v4 family processors. Any difference in system hardware or software design or configuration may affect actual performance. May 2017.

2 Up to 3.9X higher virtualized throughput and more VMs/server vs. Intel Xeon processor E5. Performance estimate based on virtualization infrastructure consolidation workload.

3  For more information see HPE Server benchmarks: hpe.com/servers/benchmarks

4 Based on external firm conducting cybersecurity penetration testing of a range of server products from a range of manufacturers, May 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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sansan_strozier

I am a Solutions Marketing Manager for the Small and Midsized Segment at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. I blog on topics of interest for Servers and Solutions.