NVIDIA announced at Computex that dozens of new servers have been added to its NVIDIA-Certified Systems programme.
The list has now grown to more than 50 systems with the latest additions coming from the likes of Advantech, Altos, ASRock Rack, ASUS, Dell Technologies, Gigabyte, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Lenovo, QCT, and Supermicro.
Launched in January, the NVIDIA-Certified Systems programme aims to give enterprises confidence in deploying scalable hardware and software solutions that run their AI workloads securely and optimally. Systems have to undergo rigorous testing and adhere to NVIDIA’s design best practices for performance, security and scalability
Certified systems let enterprises support a variety of demanding workloads in traditional data centres and hybrid clouds. Such workloads include running the NVIDIA AI Enterprise suite of AI and data analytics software on VMware vSphere to deploy an AI-ready enterprise platform that scales AI workloads, NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise for design collaboration and advanced simulation, and Red Hat OpenShift for AI development. The systems also allow for seamless integration with Cloudera data engineering and machine learning to deliver models in minutes, rather than hours.
“Enterprises across every industry need to support their innovative work in AI on traditional data centre infrastructure. “The open, growing ecosystem of NVIDIA-Certified Systems provides unprecedented customer choice in servers validated by NVIDIA to power world-class AI,” said Manuvir Das, Head of Enterprise Computing at NVIDIA.