Monday, 31 July 2017

AWS introduced Nvidia based GPU instances

Amazon Web Services have introduced a new GPU instances which are powered by the high-performance Nvidia Tesla M60 based G3 family. G3 instances were introduced in 2013 and now they are bringing forth G3 instances to target applications that will need huge parallel processing power, virtual reality, 3D rendering and visualization, remote graphics workstation application and video encoding. AWS is launching the subparts of G3 instances which is one, two or four GPUs. Well, each GPU will consist of 8 GB of GPU memory with 2048 parallel processing cores with a hardware encoder that powers up to 10 H265 streams and 18 H264 streams.

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