ASUS Joins NVIDIA GTC21 and Supports Latest NVIDIA RTX A5000 & A4000

Posted in Apr 13, 2021 in News, no comment

ASUS, the leading IT company in servers and workstations that tops the industry in customer value and performance with over 730 benchmark world records, announced its intention to join the NVIDIA® GTC21 event.

NVIDIA GTC21

At the event, the company will demonstrate the latest AI solutions aligning with the new NVIDIA RTX™ A5000 and A4000 GPUs. ASUS plans to deliver a complete solution to support AI applications in coming NVIDIA-Certified Systems™ for enterprise AI, including those that power the NVIDIA AI Enterprise software suite on virtualized infrastructure, as well as the NVIDIA Omniverse design collaboration platform.

The NVIDIA GTC virtual event is scheduled to take place between April 12–16, 2021, and registration is free of charge.

Deploy the leading AI-enterprise and innovative collaborative platform on ASUS servers
The NVIDIA EGX platform supports a vast collection of accelerated applications that enables users to become productive immediately. It also easily integrates into existing industry-standard IT and DevOps frameworks for ease of management, deployment, operation and monitoring. The new ASUS server lineup focuses heavily on balanced hardware-configuration design and optimized performance for different kinds of segments and workloads with the NVIDIA EGX platform. ASUS servers are designed to take full advantage of the EGX platform.

ASUS is also releasing NVIDIA-Certified Systems along with new Intel and AMD platforms. NVIDIA-Certified Systems enable enterprises to confidently deploy scalable hardware and software solutions that securely and optimally run modern workloads. ASUS ESC4000A-E10 is the first ASUS server certified by NVIDIA to join this program. Based on the latest AMD EPYC 7003 processor, this NVIDIA-Certified System allows customers to benefit from diverse applications, including AI training and inference, data analytics, machine learning, professional visualization, virtual infrastructure and high-performance computing (HPC).

On top of NVIDIA-Certified Systems, ASUS is excited to offer NVIDIA Omniverse™ Enterprise, an open platform for virtual collaboration and real-time physically accurate simulation. Creators, designers and engineers can accelerate their workflows with one-click interoperability between leading industry software tools, and seamlessly collaborate in a shared virtual space.

Sharing ASUS server success stories at NVIDIA GTC
As an industry-leading technology company renowned for innovation, ASUS is focused on delivering total AI solutions to meet the needs of multiple different segments and markets. ASUS Cloud is the leading company focused on cloud infrastructure for IT digital transformation. It has successfully deployed Taiwania 2 – which ranks No. 28 on the TOP500 list of the world’s fastest supercomputers – and has built surveillance infrastructure for Certis in Singapore.

ASUS will also host a session on the introduction of server lineups that offer comprehensive support for the NVIDIA GPU family and cater for diverse use cases and workloads. The new ASUS servers also feature the latest 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors and AMD EPYC™ 7003 processors.

One example of breakthrough server design by ASUS is RS720A-E11, a general-purpose server series that supports four NVIDIA GPUs in a 2U system, delivering highly flexibility on graphics, storage, networking and other expansions. Today, ASUS offers an array of servers on both single-socket and dual-socket platforms, supporting from four to eight double-slot NVIDIA GPUs in different form factors. The fully optimized hardware designs and performance-engineering technology, coupled with the power of NVIDIA GPUs, provides customers with better solutions for AI training, inference and other mission-critical applications.

 

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