Next-Level Process with Advanced GPU Technology
Businesses expect more from data centres and their partners than ever before. The increasing demands of artificial intelligence-powered applications, the proliferation of machine learning and the ever-growing popularity of virtual and augmented reality require a new kind of data centre. That's why Digital Realty has partnered with NVIDIA as a DGX-Ready colocation provider.
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By deploying Data Hub on PlatformDIGITAL™ enterprises create centers of data exchange to solve global coverage, capacity and connectivity needs.
Accelerate Global AI Innovation on PlatformDIGITAL™ Powered by NVIDIA DGX™ A100
The NVIDIA DGX A100 system for AI workloads offers unprecedented compute density, performance and flexibility, and enables enterprises to consolidate training, inference and analytics into a unified, easy-to-deploy AI infrastructure. NVIDIA has a global team of AI experts that bring a decade of AI development and deployment expertise that helps enterprises get faster ROI on their AI investments.
Through this partnership, NVIDIA and Digital Realty can offer customers a differentiated platform for developing and deploying complex AI models in a fraction of the time taken by other platforms.
- Digital Realty offers an interconnected platform for customers to use NVIDIA DGX Systems, the world’s first purpose-built AI system, to power your AI initiatives.
- Avoid the cost of building your own data centre AI infrastructure, and instead, access world-class data centre services through colocation at Digital Realty.
- Benefit from low latency and proximity to all major cloud providers.
- Streamline AI workflow with best-in-class infrastructure built on DGX A100, with unmatched performance for the most challenging AI models.
With NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Centres at Digital Realty, customers benefit from Digital Realty's world-class data centre services with extensive design and construction expertise on a global platform.
Expertise & Infrastructure
Digital Realty's colocation offering permits businesses to circumvent the challenges of facility planning, and instead, focus on using their data for innovation and advancement as industry leaders.
AI-Ready Data Centres
Ensure your data centre can support today's demands and tomorrow's innovation requirements with AI-equipped infrastructure. Digital Realty, in partnership with NVIDIA, provides colocation solutions that are uniquely equipped to withstand AI's complex cooling demands. As computational power increases, Digital Realty and NVIDIA are prepared to meet even the heaviest power management demands of high-density workloads.
Interconnected, Global Partnerships
Digital Realty and NVIDIA's partnership provides access to one of the largest ecosystems of interconnected networks, critical data centres, cloud services, customers and partners. Using this programme, businesses can deploy NVIDIA DGX systems and the recently announced DGX reference architecture solutions from DDN, IBM Storage, Dell, NetApp and Pure Storage, with speed, simplicity and an affordable op-ex model.
Contact us to explore how this partnership can transform your business.
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