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The 10 Biggest Nvidia News Stories Of 2021 (So Far)

It’s only halfway through 2021, and it’s already been a blockbuster year for Nvidia, which is increasingly becoming a bigger player in the world of computing with new enterprise software, programs and GPUs as well as data processing units and eventually CPUs.

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9. Nvidia-Certified Systems Program Launches To Steer Customers To Optimized Builds

Nvidia reached a new level of maturity in the data center market when it announced in January a new certification program that is meant to steer customers and partners to buy select GPU servers that will provide optimized AI performance.

The company called its new Nvidia-Certified Systems program an industry first because of the emphasis on testing the servers for “real life” workloads for AI and ensuring that such workloads can be supported in large server deployments. Nvidia kicked off the program with 14 certified GPU servers from Dell Technologies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Gigabyte, Supermicro and Inspur. By the middle of 2021, the company had more than 50 servers in the program, with additions planned later in the year.

All systems have been certified to provide optimized performance for AI applications, frameworks and domain-specific software development kits from Nvidia’s NGC repository of GPU-accelerated software. Customers who buy certified systems will also receive enterprise support from Nvidia and OEM partners

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