Learn How to Turn Petabytes of Oil & Gas Data Into Actionable Insights
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Using graphics processing units (GPUs) alongside traditional central processing units (CPUs) can boost performance up to 100x for some oil and gas workloads, critical to make better informed decisions quickly
Reduce Operating Expenses
GPU-accelerated computing is a more efficient approach to big data analytics than traditional, CPU-only computing, which makes a huge impact on the bottom line when you need to analyze petabytes of ever-increasing data
Build a Path to Full AI
GPU-accelerated computing can be used for both HPC and artificial intelligence (AI), giving firms that already use GPU-accelerated computing a head start when they migrate to AI
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