Accelerated Computing Instances in AWS

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Can someone help me with Accelerated Computing Instances and how are they different then the EC2 Instances?
Jan 29 in AWS by Guru Singh

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Accelerated Computing instance are types of instances which use hardware accelerators or co-processors which perform some functions e.g. floating-point number calculation, graphics processing and more efficiently than is possible in software running on different CPUs. In EC2 you are provided three types of Accelerated Computing instances – GPU compute instances that is for general-purpose computing, GPU graphics instances that is for graphics intensive applications, and FPGA programmable hardware compute instances which is used for advanced scientific workloads.

answered Jan 30 by gunni

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