Parallel Computing | 平行運算

  • 平行運算是什麼?
    平行運算(Parallel Computing )是指同時使用多種計算資源解決計算問題,在過程中讓許多指令同時進行的一種運算模式,基礎概念是將須計算的內容分割成離散部分,再運用多執行續的方式同時解決。

  • 為何需要?
    傳統的序列計算模式是指在單個計算機(具有單中央處理器)上執行軟體運算。CPU 照順序使用一系列指令解決問題,但其中同一時間只有一種指令可以執行運作。平行運算是在序列計算的基礎上演變而來,目的是模擬自然世界中的狀態:事件會同時發生並可以同時並行處理,依照此原理才可更加速複雜指令的處理速度,減少運算的時間。

  • 技嘉的特色
    技嘉的G系列伺服器有多種GPU運算加速卡擴充插槽的選項,運用GPU多核心的優勢更可以讓平行運算的效益呈倍數成長。G291-2G0能在2U機箱中容納多達16張NVIDIA T4加速卡。適用於人工智慧學習中推論的工作負載,例如:語音辨識、圖像與視頻處理、線上購物或影片串流的推薦系統等…應用。NVIDIA Tesla T4專門用來加速橫向擴充伺服器,減少10倍推論延遲,並提供比CPU高出40倍的驚人能源效率。

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