NVIDIA is the pioneer of accelerated computing, a supercharged form of computing at the intersection of computer graphics, high-performance computing, and AI. NVIDIA’s invention of the GPU in 1999 sparked the growth of the PC gaming market, redefined modern computer graphics and revolutionized parallel computing. Today, accelerated computing is reshaping trillion-dollar industries like transportation, healthcare and manufacturing, and fostering entirely new industries just taking root.
We are now in a new era in Networking, one that is fundamentally different, with a modern, web-scale approach to networking, similar to Google and Amazon, that is based on open standards. Nvidia is the leader in open networking, end-to-end at all layers of software and hardware. NVIDIA combines the benefits of NVIDIA Mellanox Spectrum based switches, providing the industry’s leading performing ASIC, with the latest network operating system advances including NVIDIA Cumulus Linux, Sonic and NVIDIA Mellanox Onyx, offering choice and flexibility while removing restrictions.
NVIDIA is accelerating business outcomes with its unique open technologies allowing access to the ASIC from all tiers of the stack. These include Spectrum’s programmable ASIC and open ASIC drivers allowing Cumulus Linux and Sonic full access, as well as Spectrum’s open SDK API’s to maximize application flexibility, meaning that NVIDIA does not restrict usage or programming of the ASIC. This equates to business agility as NVIDIA is uniquely able to remove these restrictions and allow our customers to quickly address the needs of the business.
Under Nvidia, these technologies are coming together to make modern, open networking a reality, enabling a new era of accelerated data center computing.
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In 57% of breaches analysed in 2018, malware was not delivered using infected files – instead using “fileless” techniques injected directly into RAM, evading traditional anti-virus protection.
Source: IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index 2019
Solution: With anti-virus software becoming increasingly weak at protecting networks, companies can benefit from investing in breach detection, and zero trust techniques to segment their network to limit damage from any malicious actors that have found a way through your defences.