Data and how it is used and interpreted is all down to the analytics that you use. It can help to plan a business’s future or allow it to see where it is going wrong. The need to see where the most profit and cost is being generated in a business is vitally important. Therefore ai accelerated analytics is one of the most necessary components of business that you will need. What does it do?
Simply put, in order to effectively manage big data and provide a complex interactive analytics experience, GPU analytics refers to an increasing array of applications that involve the fundamental capabilities of GPUs.
GPU-accelerated computing effectively works by assigning the GPU to compute-intensive portions of an application, offering a degree of parallelism in supercomputing that bypasses inefficient, low-level operations used by conventional analytics systems. The GPU is the graphics processing unit. In other words rather than use the main memory of the Computer, the CPU, the data is interpreted through this added in graphics card.
Where conventional CPU architectures have a large hardware footprint and enable data scientists to downsample, index, and pre-aggregate, GPU-accelerated analytics (GPU Analytics) ingests entire databases into the device, allowing users to query, visualise, and power data science workflows across billions of records instantly, interactively.
As you are using the GPU to do this it opens up a realm of possibilities in terms of display and interpretation to a wider audience, should you wish to do so.