International Team Builds 20-GPU Server for Deep Learning

Home News International Team Builds 20-GPU Server for Deep Learning Michael Feldman, Aug. 3, 2016, 2:34 p.m. A server equipped with 20 overclocked NVIDIA K40 GPUs and intended for deep learning work, has been built by a team of developers from CoCoLink, a South Korean HPC provider, and Orange Silicon Valley, a California-based technology innovation group. According to the press release, the constructed prototype is capable of delivering 100 single precision teraflops and is “the world’s highest density deep learning supercomputer.” CoCoLink Corp is a spinoff of Seoul National University and offers a variety of HPC solutions, including both coprocessor-accelerated systems and more conventional Xeon-based clusters. The Klimax-210 is the company’s flagship product and uses PCIe as the internal fabric to hook together as many as 20 graphics processors in…


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