A medical imaging supercomputer unveiled at the GPU Technology Conference, in Silicon Valley hopes to be a game changer for healthcare, writes Santa Clara, Calif., based NVIDIA in a recent blog post.

Clara is virtual: it can run many computational instruments simultaneously. Clara is remote: it leverages NVIDIA vGPUs to enable multi-user access. Clara is universal: it can perform the computation for any instrument, whether CT, MR, ultrasound, X-ray or Mammography. And Clara is scalable: it uses Kubernetes on GPUs to efficiently scale compute with demand.

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