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            High-Performance Computing

            Accelerating the Rate of Scientific Discovery

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            High performance computing (HPC) is one of the most essential tools fueling the advancement of science. By leveraging GPU-powered parallel processing across multiple compute nodes, it can run advanced, large-scale application programs efficiently, reliably, and quickly. This acceleration delivers a dramatic boost in throughput and cost savings, paving the way to scientific discovery.

            The Intersection of HPC and AI

            HPC and AI are converging to extend the reach of science and accelerate the pace of scientific innovation. With AI, HPC is tackling previously unsolvable problems by modeling the world using experimental and simulation data. It’s also delivering real-time results with models that used to take days or months to simulate.

            See how scientists are using this powerful combination to advance a vast array of fields.

            Scientific Breakthroughs

            Seeing Gravity in Real Time with Deep Learning

            Seeing Gravity in Real Time with Deep Learning

            The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) detects gravitational waves millions of light years away in real time using NVIDIA GPUs.

            Quantum Breakthrough

            An AI Quantum Breakthrough

            The University of Florida and the University of North Carolina used deep learning with NVIDIA GPUs to develop a neural network engine that produces computationally fast quantum mechanical simulations with high accuracy at very low cost.

            Monitoring Earth’s Vitals with AI

            Monitoring Earth’s Vitals with AI

            To better keep a finger on the pulse of the Earth’s health, NASA developed DeepSat, a deep learning framework for satellite image classification and segmentation, powered by NVIDIA GPUs.

            Fusion Energy

            Speeding the Path of Fusion Energy with Deep Learning

            Researchers at the world’s largest experimental nuclear fusion reactor are working to build the first fusion system to produce net energy.

            Oak ridge national laboratory

            A 21st-Century Planning Tool Built on AI

            Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) used GPU-powered AI to create a more complete picture of the Earth’s residents to predict future resource requirements.

            Clemson University

            Simplifying HPC Application Deployment with NGC

            Clemson University HPC administrators support GPU-optimized containers to help scientists accelerate research.

            Resources

            HYPERION Research: The Exascale Era Has Arrived

            HYPERION Research: The Exascale Era Has Arrived

            The exascale era has begun. Look at the extensive effort NVIDIA and its partners have made to develop the hardware-software ecosystem needed to enable real-world exascale performance.

            HPC Application Workload Analysis Technical Overview

            HPC Application Workload Analysis Technical Overview

            HPC is a fundamental pillar of modern science. Improving the productivity and increasing the number of scientific simulation iterations can have a profound impact on the quantity and quality of breakthroughs.

            The Intersection of HPC and Machine Learning Whitepaper

            The Intersection of HPC and Machine Learning Whitepaper

            Scientists have begun using machine learning (ML) predictive models trained by the datasets produced from traditional analysis and direct observation. Early results indicate that combining ML and traditional simulation can improve accuracy, accelerate time to solution, and significantly reduce costs.

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