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The Triton Inference Server provides an optimized cloud and edge inferencing solution. - triton-inference-server/server
rates, regardless of the workflow. Using NVIDIA Triton Inference Server (available on NGC), multiple models can run simultaneously on a single GPU, and they can expand to multi-node deployments as demand increases. Triton leverages TensorRT, a library that optimizes trained models so they can run even faster on NVIDIA GPUs.
Jun 18, 2020 · A webinar describes in more detail the potential for inference on the A100. Tutorials, more customer stories and a white paper on NVIDIA’s Triton Inference Server for deploying AI models at scale can all be found on a page dedicated to NVIDIA’s inference platform.
Triton is a framework that is optimized for inference. It provides better utilization of GPUs and more cost-effective inference. On the server-side, it batches incoming requests and submits these batches for inference. Batching better utilizes GPU resources, and is a key part of Triton's performance.
NVIDIA DGX A100 features the world’s most advanced accelerator, the NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU, enabling enterprises to consolidate training, inference, and analytics into a unified, easy-to-deploy AI infrastructure that includes direct access to NVIDIA AI experts.
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Server resources are effectively allocated via virtualization, and these servers are highly flexible. Edge Servers Computation and analytics are done closer to the source rather than in a far away data center.
The PCI-E NVIDIA Tesla T4 GPU accelerators would significantly increase the density of GPU server platforms for wide data center deployment supporting deep learning, inference applications. As more and more industries deploy artificial intelligence solutions, they would be looking for high-density servers optimized for inference.