NVIDIA’s invention of the GPU in 1999 sparked the growth of the PC gaming market, redefined modern computer graphics and revolutionized parallel computing. More recently, GPU deep learning ignited modern AI—the next era of computing—with the GPU acting as the brain of computers, robots and self-driving cars that can perceive and understand the world.
Accelerate your most demanding HPC and hyperscale data center workloads with NVIDIA® Tesla® GPUs. Data scientists and researchers can now parse petabytes of data orders of magnitude faster than they could using traditional CPUs, in applications ranging from energy exploration to deep learning.
We are dedicated to battling COVID-19 on every front, from predicting and preventing, detection and diagnosis, and treatment to patient care. We seek to support researchers, the healthcare system, federal governments and ministries of health through our tools and educational resources.
The NVIDIA Parabricks Genomics Analysis Toolkit breaks down time and cost barriers, providing GPU-accelerated genomic analysis. Data that once took days to analyze can now be done in under an hour. Choose to run specific accelerated tools or full commonly used pipelines with outputs specific to your requirements.
NVIDIA Parabricks provides GPU-accelerated GATK, which performs secondary analysis of next-generation sequencing DNA data in under an hour. All researchers doing work in this field can request access to Parabricks free for 90 days to develop genomic insights faster.
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To better analyze the spread of the disease and hospital bed resources across the U.S., the NVIDIA RAPIDS team has GPU-accelerated Plotly’s Dash data visualization tool to create a dashboard with overlays of the following datasets:
NGC is a hub of HPC and AI containerized software with tools to support coronavirus research across healthcare and scientific domains.
Folding@Home is a crowdsourced computing project for simulating protein dynamics, whose mission focuses on providing computing resources to support disease research. You can help researchers find potential cures by donating your unused computer power using the folding@home software.
Teaming up with leaders from the U.S. government, industry and academia, NVIDIA aims to accelerate research to detect, diagnose, and treat coronavirus. Researchers are invited to submit research proposals for evaluation and assignment to computing resources.
This technical webinar series will inform coronavirus researchers how to gain access to and use AI and HPC tools for genomics, computational chemistry, medical imaging, and NLP.
NVIDIA DGX™ A100 is the universal system for all AI infrastructure and workloads, built on the revolutionary NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU and backed by over a decade of AI innovation at NVIDIA. DGX A100 is the single platform that brings together training, inference, and analytics into a consolidated system with optimized software that is the foundational building block for AI infrastructure. Backed by AI-fluent expertise that comes with every DGX system, NVIDIA DGX A100 speeds the end-to-end lifecycle of enterprise AI across planning, deployment and on-going optimization.
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