GPU servers

Enormous computing power for the most demanding High Performance Computing systems.

Configure GPU servers with NVIDIA latest GPU products, like Nvidia Tesla V100 or Nvidia A100 with GPU-Direct options.

Generating massively parallel processing power and unrivaled networking flexibility, these systems deliver the highest quality with extreme optimization for the most computationally-intensive applications like Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, Visual/Media Editing, Financial Simulations, Astrophysics, etc.


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  1. GPU SuperServer SYS-4029GP-TRT3 GPU SuperServer 4029GP-TRT3

    Artificial Intelligence
    Deep Learning
    Support up to 9 GPUs

    7 380.74 €
  2. GPU SuperServer SYS-4029GP-TRT GPU SuperServer 4029GP-TRT

    3D rendering, Astrophysics
    Chemistry, Cloud Computing
    Compute intensive application

    6 630.79 €
  3. GPU SuperServer SYS-6049GP-TRT GPU SuperServer 6049GP-TRT

    GPU Server
    Artificial Intelligence
    Deep Learning

    9 386.24 €
  4. GPU SuperServer SYS-4029GP-TRT2 GPU SuperServer 4029GP-TRT2

    Artificial Intelligence
    Big Data Analytics
    High-performance Computing
    Research Lab/National Lab
    Business Intelligence

    7 276.39 €
  5. GPU A+ Server AS-4125GS-TNRT GPU A+ Server AS-4125GS-TNRT

    AI / Deep Learning
    High Performance Computing
    GPU Virtualization
    Dual Root Direct Attached
    8 Direct attached GPUs

    20 332.80 €
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GPU Servers

Manufacturers design GPUs for fast 3-D processing, accurate floating-point arithmetic, and error-free number crunching. Although they typically operate at slower clock speeds, they have thousands of cores that enable them to execute thousands of individual threads simultaneously. GPU servers, as the name suggests, are servers packed with graphics cards, designed to harness this raw processing power. Using an offloading process, the CPU can hand specific tasks to the GPUs, increasing performance. Running computationally intensive tasks on a CPU can tie up the whole system. Offloading some of this work to a GPU is a great way to free up resources and maintain consistent performance. Interestingly, you can just send the toughest workloads to your GPU while the CPU handles the main sequential processes. Such GPU strategies are critical to delivering better services that cater to end-users, who experience accelerated performance. Many of the Big Data tasks that create business value involve performing the same operations repetitively. The wealth of cores available in GPU server hosting lets you conduct this kind of work by splitting it up between processors to crunch through voluminous data sets at a quicker rate. Also, these GPU-equipped systems use less energy to accomplish the same tasks and place lower demands on the supplies that power them. In specific use cases, a GPU can provide the same data processing ability of 400 servers with CPU only.