An NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD probably won't fit inside your home office. But SMU can manage it. [Image: NVIDIA]
SMU is investing $11.5 million into a powerful new supercomputing research system featuring an NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD. Connected with the NVIDIA Quantum InfiniBand networking platform in SMU's data center, it will produce a theoretical 100 petaflops of computing power—enabling the university's network to perform "a blistering 100 quadrillion operations per second."
The new capability will supercharge SMU's AI and supercomputing exploration, boosting North Texas' growth as a technology hub.