Source: Healthcare IT News | February 14, 2019
Author: Bill Siwicki
AMAX unveils two AI-powered healthcare platforms, VitalConnect enhances wearable biosensor data, and PointClickCare connects acute and post-acute care providers.
Deep learning and virtual desktop
AMAX, a global artificial intelligence, deep learning and enterprise IT technology vendor, has launched its AI/Deep Learning Compute Cluster systems and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure platforms for the healthcare industry.
The company’s AI/Deep-Learning Compute Cluster systems for healthcare are optimized for research, development and large-scale deployments in data centers. Systems address the increasing demand for fully integrated high-performance compute and GPU accelerated compute as well as high-performance storage specific to healthcare applications that are based on AI and deep learning, the company explained.
Built on technologies including the latest generation NVIDIA TESLA GPU compute accelerators, NVMe Flash storage, and Mellanox Ethernet and Infiniband fabric options, AMAX cluster systems feature GPU compute, CPU compute, high-performance, tiered and archival storage building blocks, as well as high-speed compute fabrics and cluster management.
Systems can be custom-configured to a healthcare organization’s particular application and are scalable to facilitate expansion in response to future growth.
AMAX’s Virtual Desktop Infrastructure systems for Medical with optional GPU acceleration are designed to provide the increased compute resources required for modern graphics-intensive applications as well as emerging applications including medical rendering, virtualization and AI-based diagnostics, the company explained. Systems are aimed to replace traditional PC and workstation-based deployments in hospitals, clinics and doctors’ offices.