NVIDIA is committed to making it easier for developers to deploy software from our NGC container registry.
As part of that commitment, last week we announced our NGC-Ready program, which expands the places users of powerful systems with NVIDIA GPUs can deploy GPU-accelerated software with confidence. Today, we’re announcing several new NGC-Ready systems from even more of the world’s leading computer makers.
New NGC-Ready systems from server companies include the following:
- Huawei FusionServer G560 V5
- Lenovo ThinkSystem HG690X
- Sugon X795-G30
These systems join previously announced NGC-Ready servers from ATOS, Cisco, Cray, Dell EMC, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and Supermicro.
NGC-Ready workstations equipped with NVIDIA Quadro GPUs also provide a platform that offers the performance and flexibility that researchers need to rapidly build, train, and evolve deep learning projects. NGC-Ready systems from workstation companies announced last week include the following:
- HPI Z8
- Lenovo ThinkStation P920
The combination of NGC containers and NGC-Ready systems from top vendors provides users a replicable, containerized way to roll out accelerated applications from development to production.
Containers from the NGC container registry work across a wide variety of additional platforms, including Alibaba Cloud, Amazon EC2, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, NVIDIA DGX systems, and select NVIDIA TITAN and Quadro GPUs.
NGC containers are available to download at no charge. To get started, visit the NGC container registry.