Month: October 2018

Government Acquisitions, Inc. (GAI) Becomes NVIDIA DGX-1 Authorized Partner

Cincinnati, OH – October 2, 2018 – Government Acquisitions, Inc. (GAI), http://gov-acq.com/, today announced it has become an authorized partner for the NVIDIA® DGX-1™, the world’s first purpose-built deep learning supercomputer in a box.

The NVIDIA DGX-1 is the essential instrument for AI research, designed to accelerate the AI data center and streamline deep learning workflows. With its integrated, pre-optimized NVIDIA deep learning software stack, DGX-1 lets deep learning developers and researchers simply plug in, power up and start being productive.

“We are excited to become an NVIDIA DGX-1 authorized partner,” said Jay Lambke, President, at GAI. “The government is interested and just starting down the road to AI.  Becoming a DGX-1 partner will allow us to start educating and helping government accelerate the pace of AI innovation while advancing their mission.  This authorization combined with the GPU and HPC authorizations we previously received positions us to make a large impact on the market.”

“As a DGX-1 authorized partner, GAI offers tremendous potential to further the implementation of deep learning in the federal government and enable the acceleration of AI initiatives,” said Anthony Robbins, Vice President at NVIDIA. “The DGX-1 is an essential instrument to be used in the government’s AI journey, and GAI is now a part of the education process that must occur at scale.”

For additional details about GAI, please visit http://gov-acq.com/ for more information.

ABOUT GAI

GAI is a Federal IT solutions provider with more than 25 years of dedication to Federal mission success, and a performance culture to power real innovation. A mission mindset is in our DNA. We understand that success is driven by partnership, process, and technology. GAI’s experienced team members work side-by-side with Federal IT executives and industry-leading OEM partners to modernize, optimize, and deliver unparalleled mission support. To learn more, visit http://gov-acq.com or call (513) 721-8700.

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