What is the NVIDIA Grace GPU?

NVIDIA continues to make massive strides in the GPU and CPU market, today we’re providing some information about NVIDIA Grace and a server setup that may interest you.

NVIDIA Grace is a next-generation accelerated computing platform for the world’s most demanding HPC, AI, and data science workloads. It is based on the NVIDIA Hopper architecture and features a new NVLink interconnect that delivers up to 900 GB/s of aggregate bandwidth. Grace is designed to accelerate a wide range of applications, including scientific computing, artificial intelligence, and data analytics. It is also designed to be scalable, so it can be used in a variety of systems, from small clusters to large supercomputers.

As a premier partner of SuperMicro, there is several option we recommend but a power-efficient and a server setup that can support 4 x H100 GPUs is as follows:

ARS-221GL-NR | 2U | SuperServer | Products | Supermicro

We recommend talking to us as using NVIDIA Grace and H100s are fantastic for particular use cases, but not every use case.


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What is the NVIDIA Grace GPU?

NVIDIA continues to make massive strides in the GPU and CPU market, today we’re providing some information about NVIDIA Grace and a server setup that may interest you.

NVIDIA Grace is a next-generation accelerated computing platform for the world’s most demanding HPC, AI, and data science workloads. It is based on the NVIDIA Hopper architecture and features a new NVLink interconnect that delivers up to 900 GB/s of aggregate bandwidth. Grace is designed to accelerate a wide range of applications, including scientific computing, artificial intelligence, and data analytics. It is also designed to be scalable, so it can be used in a variety of systems, from small clusters to large supercomputers.

As a premier partner of SuperMicro, there is several option we recommend but a power-efficient and a server setup that can support 4 x H100 GPUs is as follows:

ARS-221GL-NR | 2U | SuperServer | Products | Supermicro

We recommend talking to us as using NVIDIA Grace and H100s are fantastic for particular use cases, but not every use case.


General Enquiry