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Amazon adds Nvidia GPU firepower to its compute cloud

Amazon has announced it's adding new, GPU-equipped high-end servers to its EC2 cloud computing service. If you've ever wanted to take 8 Nvidia K80 GPUs for a test drive (without buying 8 K80's worth of graphics hardware), now is your chance.
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