Nvidia Aims vSphere-Integrated AI Software Suite at Enterprise Market
The AI leader has designed the software together with VMware to make AI easier for both data scientists and enterprise IT pros.
Nvidia launches AI Enterprise in general availability
Nvidia today announced the general availability of AI Enterprise, a software suite of tools and frameworks that enable companies running VMware vSphere to virtualize AI workloads on Nvidia-certified servers.
Today NVIDIA has launched its brand new enterprise solution: NVIDIA Enterprise AI
NVIDIA AI Enterprise software suite is an end-to-end cloud-native suite of AI tools and frameworks, optimized and exclusively certified by NVIDIA to run on VMware vSphere. This includes frameworks that are broadly applicable and used across vertical industries such as manufacturing, logistics, financial services, retail, and healthcare. For example, it includes:
This unique combination of the NVIDIA AI Enterprise software suite with VMware vSphere is the next step in delivering a powerful AI-Ready Enterprise Platform.
Scale without compromise: With NVIDIA Virtual GPUs (vGPUs) enabling both time-sliced sharing as well as new multi-instance GPU (MIG) hardware-level spatial partitioning, customers have multiple options in how they can share valuable GPU resources across more data scientists and increase GPU utilization as they scale AI workloads in the enterprise.
vSphere DRS automatically places workloads across AI infrastructure at scale for optimal consumption, and vSphere vMotion provides live migration to simplify infrastructure maintenance such as consolidation, expansion, or upgrades.
NVIDIA datacenter and edge portfolio, a GPU for every possible workload.
Nvidia Networking portfolio for Enterprise AI
Multi Instance GPU (MIG) is especially useful for AI Inference. Fully isolated and secure instances at the hardware level with dedicated high-bandwidth memory, cache, and compute cores.
AI workloads come in all sizes with a wide variety of data requirements. Some process images, like live traffic reporting systems or online shopping recommender systems. Others are text-based, like a customer service support system powered by conversational AI. Everything is possible with this very cool new solution from NVIDIA and VMware. I really love it
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What comes first in your mind when thinking about Nvidia? Graphics and gaming, right?
That is only one small part of the amazing portfolio. They have so much more to offer. Nvidia is an AI company!
Want to learn more? Want real Deep-Dive session and technical discussions? And all of that in german!
Register now for ComputacenterDE´s 1. Nvidia TechUpdate. We are talking technically the entire day about one of our favorite partners: NVIDIA
Here is the agenda for the day:
Nvidia Overview / technical portfolio
Nvidia vGPU technology, use cases and live-demo
Nvidia AI/ML/DL deep dive with a mind-blowing demo of our DGX-A100
Nvidia and NetApp partnering for advanced storage needs
Nvidia Networking (Mellanox) portfolio, feature sets and hands-on demo
Wrap-Up of the day
Date and location:
June 28th 2021
July 2nd 2021
Online Microsoft Teams session, the attendee link will be send via email after registration
Register here to attend the event: Link
Space is limited……
Love to see you there
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