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How to Build Agile and Scalable Enterprise AI Datacenters with NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD and DDN A³I

If you are tasked with supporting AI application building capabilities, where do you turn for industry-proven solutions that meet the unique requirements of AI and high-performance computing (HPC) workloads?

NVIDIA and DDN have already delivered solutions that fuel extremely diverse AI workloads to a wide range of enterprise IT customers. Designed with best-of-breed compute, networking and storage, DGX SuperPOD also includes access to dedicated experts in deployment, management and scaling of AI supercomputing.

If your end goal is production AI at scale, join our discussion on successfully building scalable AI infrastructure with experts from NVIDIA and DDN.

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The NVIDIA DGX™ A100 system features eight NVIDIA GPUs and two 2nd Gen AMD EPYC™ processors

Meet our Expert Panel

Mike Matchett

Mike Matchett is Principal Analyst & CEO with Small World Big Data.
For the past 10 years, Mike has worked as an industry analyst for Taneja Group and TechTarget. Mike covers hyperconverged architectures, virtual compute and desktop technologies, AI/ML, and NoSQL databases. Mike holds a BSEE from MIT and served as a Chief Intelligence Officer in the United States Air Force. Learn more at: Twitter: @smworldbigdata

Tony Paikeday

Tony Paikeday is Senior Director of AI Systems at NVIDIA,
responsible for the go-to-market for NVIDIA’s DGX portfolio of AI supercomputers. In his role, Tony helps enterprise organizations infuse their business with the power of AI with infrastructure solutions that enable insights from data. Tony was previously with VMware, responsible for bringing desktop and application virtualization solutions to market, as well as key enabling technologies including GPU virtualization and software-defined data center. Tony holds an engineering degree from the University of Toronto.

Kurt Kuckein

Kurt Kuckein is Vice President of Marketing for DDN,
based in Silicon Valley and leads DDN’s Product and Corporate Marketing organization.   Kurt joined DDN in 2015 and has held several roles in product management and marketing.  Prior to joining DDN, he was a product manager for backup and recovery solutions at EMC in the Data Protection Division, ran marketing and product management for the Storage Solutions Group at Silicon Graphics (SGI.) He holds an MBA degree from Santa Clara University and graduated from University of San Diego with a bachelor’s degree in political science and philosophy.