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HPE and NVIDIA unveil AI Computing by HPE

HPE and NVIDIA unveil AI Computing by HPE

AI Computing

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has announced a new portfolio of AI solutions to speed up the use of generative AI in businesses. The main product is HPE Private Cloud AI, which combines AI computing, networking, and software with HPE’s AI storage and computing abilities. HPE President and CEO Antonio Neri and NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang announced the initiative during the HPE Discover keynote.

This expands their long-term partnership. “Generative AI has huge potential for business change, but the difficulties of fragmented AI technology create risks and obstacles that hinder large-scale adoption,” said Neri. Our solution provides a turnkey private cloud for AI, letting businesses focus on developing new use cases that increase productivity and unlock new revenue streams.

The HPE Private Cloud AI portfolio supports inference, fine-tuning, and RAG AI workloads that use proprietary data.

It also ensures data privacy, security, transparency, and governance. The solution’s cloud experience, enhanced by ITOps and AIOps, aims to increase productivity and provide a fast, flexible path to meet future AI opportunities.

HPE reveals comprehensive AI solutions

The AI Enterprise software platform is central to this integration. It includes inference microservices, speeds up data science pipelines, and the development and deployment of production-grade AI applications. HPE AI Essentials software provides curated AI and data foundation tools with ongoing enterprise support and compliance features.

HPE Private Cloud AI also includes an integrated AI infrastructure stack with high-performance components like Ethernet networking, HPE GreenLake for File Storage, and HPE ProLiant servers supported by the latest Tensor Core GPUs. The HPE GreenLake cloud service enables a self-service cloud experience with a unified control plane to manage endpoints, workloads, and data across hybrid environments. Integrated with OpsRamp AI, it offers observability and AIOps capabilities, boosting operational efficiency.

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HPE’s global system integrators, including Deloitte, HCLTech, Infosys, TCS, and Wipro, will support this portfolio to speed up the time to value for industry-specific AI solutions. The new offering includes HPE Cray XD670 servers and HPE ProLiant DL380a Gen12 servers, ensuring flexibility and scalability for AI workloads. HPE Private Cloud AI and several related products are expected to be available by the fall.

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