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by thetechmarketer

The Platform for Innovation

SambaNova Systems DataScale™ is an integrated system optimised for dataflow from algorithms to silicon. SambaNova DataScale is the core infrastructure for organisations that want to quickly build and deploy nextgeneration AI technologies at scale.

Built on SambaNova Systems Reconfigurable Dataflow Architecture™ (RDA), SambaNova DataScale enables you to achieve unparalleled efficiency and performance across a broad range of applications, including training, inference, data analytics, High Performance Computing (HPC), and more.

SambaNova DataScale is built with open standards and interfaces to seamlessly integrate into your existing infrastructure and environment— without disruption. With flexibility and efficiency, you can stay current with
rapidly changing demands as new breakthroughs emerge.

The Industry’s Most Advanced Software

SambaNova DataScale features SambaFlow™, a complete software stack designed to take input from standard machine learning frameworks.

  • Fully integrated with popular open source ML frameworks, such as
    PyTorch and TensorFlow. No code modification is required to run.
  • Push-button model compilation, optimisation and execution enables high
    performance out-of-the-box without the need for low-level tuning.
  • Automated data and model parallel mapping simplifies scaling by using
    the same programming model as on a single device — no special
    programming required.
  • Secure multi tenancy and concurrent multi-graph execution provides
    seamless scale-up and scale-out flexibility to maximize compute and
    memory resource utilisation with no waste.
  • The latest productionized algorithms eliminate months of tuning and
    optimization to allow you to elevate your focus on what matters most —
    the application.

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