GTC 2017 - NVIDIA has officially unveiled its new Volta-based Tesla V100 graphics card, the most advanced piece of silicon in the world - on the 12nm node, with 16GB of HBM2 @ 900GB/sec, and so much more - but the AI research systems have also been announced, topping out at $149,000.
NVIDIA's new DGX-1 with Tesla V100 has 960 Tensor TFLOPs of performance, 8 x Tesla V100 graphics cards, NVLink Hybrid Cube technology, and is the equivalent of 400 servers in a box. NVIDIA says that it's capable of pushing down the required time on datasets from 8 days on TITAN X, to just 8 hours on DGX-1 with Tesla V100.
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