Although the Nvidia company is known mainly for its developments in the world of graphics cards such as the Nvidia graphics, the truth is that they have other areas of development. This time Nvidia has just announced the launch of a new version of the DGX-2 server. This is the Nvidia DGX-2H, a device equipped with 16 Tesla V100 GPUs.
Features of the Nvidia DGX-2H
Nvidia recently introduced a new version of the DGX-2 server equipped with 16 Tesla V100 GPUs (512GB of HBM2 memory in total), which have a TDP (Thermal Design Power) of 450W. The DGX-2H from Nvidia also has two 24-core Intel Xeon Platinum 8174 processors, 1.5TB of DDR4 memory, and 30TB of NVMe storage, and two GbE 10/25/40/50/100 interfaces.
In addition, the successor of the DGX-2 server also has a cooling system and the company from Santa Clara, USA, guarantees a maximum output of 2.1 PFLOPS. There is no official information, at this time, about the price and availability.