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NVIDIA® Tesla® K80 GPU Accelerators - Now Available to Test Drive

Introducing the NVIDIA® Tesla® K80 Dual‐GPU Accelerator, the world’s fastest accelerator for complex data analytics and scientific computing applications. It has double the memory and memory bandwidth and is 80% faster than its predecessor. Plus, it outperforms CPUs by up to 10x on hundreds of applications, and leverages NVIDIA GPU Boost™ technology to dynamically maximize performance based on workloads. The dual‐GPU Tesla K80 is the newest addition to the Tesla accelerated computing platform which is at the center of the industry’s most comprehensive ecosystem for accelerated computing.

OCF offers you an easy and free way to test drive your CUDA applications with the latest NVIDIA Tesla K80 accelerators. See the benefits for yourself by calling us or emailing to register your interest with us today.


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