Fujitsu has recently launched its AI Solution Zinrai Deep Learning Software featuring world-class speed. It consists of a dedicated deep learning server incorporating the latest GPU from U.S.-based NVIDIA Corporation along with operationally tested storage and software. The sale of the system has already begun in Japan.
Using this system, customers will be able to build a deep learning platform in an on-premise environment offering world-class speed. Besides, customers can also build a hybrid cloud environment incorporating the Fujitsu Cloud Service K5 Zinrai Platform Service Zinrai Deep Learning.
Fujitsu Launches Deep Learning Platform Software Featuring World Class Speed
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In recent years, the increasing use of deep learning has resulted in dramatic improvements in AI recognition accuracy. This, in turn, has accelerated the development and spread of services using AI. However, in order to achieve high recognition accuracy, large volumes of training data need to be processed over and over creating time and resources issues.
So, to address the issue, Zinrai Deep Learning System offers a dedicated deep learning server incorporating the latest NVIDIA® Tesla® P100 GPU with operationally tested storage and software as a complete system for customers.
In the system up to 8 GPUs can be incorporated into a single server which allows customers to select a system structure based on application and in consideration of Fujitsu’s recommended computational capabilities.
The system is offered as a complete package combining a dedicated deep learning server that includes more than 100 types of necessary software in a ready-to-use state with operationally tested storage.
Customers can easily build a hybrid cloud environment by combining the on-premises deep learning platform.
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Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services. Approximately 155,000 Fujitsu people support customers in more than 100 countries.
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