Data center managers are continually under pressure to deliver more results from their existing computing resources. One strategy that has proven successful is the aggregation of what have traditionally been computing silos into a modern, and efficient shared compute cluster.Read More >
While the world eagerly awaits the rollout of 5G networks and the exciting new apps for both consumers and businesses that will be made possible via 5G services, enterprises, telcos, hosting providers and others are scrambling to architect and build the computing infrastructure necessary to support the new requirements of these apps. Two key challenges in defining the computing infrastructure for 5G apps are that they will be data/compute intensive and have little tolerance for network latency. The former means that significant computing capacity is needed to deliver the intended experience of the app and the latter means that the compute must be located in relative proximity to the user of the app. The result: A significant build-out of localized compute (predominately Linux servers and clusters) will be required to service the new generation of 5G apps speeding towards us. But where (specifically) will that compute infrastructure reside?Read More >
My last post showed you an easy way to send your suggestions for enhancements or new features to us. Doing that helps us make sure that we’re building the products you really want. Another way you can help make Bright Cluster Manager better is to share your usage statistics with us. Doing this lets us see how you’re using our products, and helps us make decisions about software changes that will help shape future releases.
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If you’re working in deep learning using NVIDIA GPUs, you may have heard about the NVIDIA GPU Cloud or NGC for short. NGC provides pre-integrated GPU-accelerated containers that you can use power your own AI projects.Read More >