ServerFarm, a data center developer and operator, is joining the NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center program, connecting service providers and enterprises with AI-ready facilities.
“We routinely hear from executives who want to get away from physical IT infrastructure management and the associated capital expenditures, but they have concerns about the ability to securely leverage next-gen technologies,” said Avner Papouchado, CEO of ServerFarm. “Our collaboration with NVIDIA is a prime example of how our customers can have it all - lower costs, more control, and accelerated digital transformation. As a new NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center program partner, we’re staying ahead of the curve and investing in the technologies needed to manage today and tomorrow’s workloads.”
Developed to meet the demands of AI and analytics, NVIDIA DGX systems are built on NVIDIA Volta GPU architecture.
Combined with innovative GPU-optimized software and simplified management tools, these fully-integrated solutions are designed to give data scientists the most powerful tools for AI exploration.
Service providers and enterprises across verticals have adopted NVIDIA DGX systems, but to do so, they must have access to modern data center facilities that can support accelerated computing operations. For those that don’t, the NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center program leads the way to validated colocation partners with state-of-the-art facilities that are ideal for hosting DGX AI compute infrastructure.
This news follows announcements about ServerFarm’s Amsterdam data center acquisition and $200 million recapitalization.
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