NVIDIA has decided to shift GTC 2020 on March 22-26 to an online event and cancelled the physical booths due to growing concern over the coronavirus, but that doesn’t mean QCT won’t continue to shape industry momentum.
We have put together a digital tour of what we had prepared to preview in lieu of the cancelled event and what remains a top focus for our AI/HPC ecosystem.
With the rising trend of AI & 5G, numerous innovative technologies are emerging. QCT has realized that to ensure our customers stay one step ahead of their competitors, it is our responsibility to build the infrastructure of the future now, offering future-ready solutions to let our customers focus on their core competencies. At GTC US 2020, we bring with us best-in-class products and solutions.
Visit the QCT GTC Microsite starting NOW to view our virtual kiosks which will include the following demos:
Senior Director/Consultant of Business Group, QCT
QCT will share its insights on HPC/AI workloads from a diversity of industries and how we solve business challenges using an adaptive platform. We will also share our observations of workload behavior and our efforts invested to simplify the management journey.
Director Sales Engineering, QCT
In the 5G era, more and more applications will benefit from the high bandwidth and low latency of 5G technology. Hence, edge computing becomes essential to most applications that require real-time processing.
QCT, as a worldwide leader in server design and manufacturing, offers complete end-to-end product lines to support 5G applications, including servers for the data centers, regional data centers, edge computing, and uCPE. These server products can support NVIDIA V100 or T4 GPUs as an accelerator to accelerate AI training and inference workloads. A quick demo will showcase how QCT is utilizing NVIDIA’s T4 GPU & AI technology in its state of the art X11C-8N server, so as to do vehicle/person/road-sign detection, car vendor identification, and car model classification, etc. This application is fully containerized, and after performance fine-tuning, each NVIDIA T4 card can handle up to 38 video streams for smooth inferencing.