DDN Announces Compatibility with NVIDIA DGX H100 Systems and New Partnership with Lambda to Address the Needs of Enterprises Seeking to Accelerate AI Transformation
CHATSWORTH, Calif. – March 21, 2023 – DDN®, the global leader in artificial intelligence (AI) and multi-cloud data management solutions, today announced compatibility with the next generation of NVIDIA® DGX™ systems, each including eight NVIDIA H100 Tensor Core GPUs. NVIDIA DGX H100 supercomputers are the fourth generation of NVIDIA’s purpose-built AI system and designed to handle the most taxing training workloads like natural language processing and deep learning recommender models. These types of workloads require large data models and high-speed throughput to deliver breakthrough results, and pairing NVIDIA DGX systems with DDN’s A³I is a proven combination for AI centers of excellence worldwide.
“The demand for scalable AI infrastructure continues to grow, as enterprises realize the power that AI delivers to transform their business,” said Dr. James Coomer, senior vice president for products at DDN. “We see more and more organizations that are moving from assessing AI to applying AI to deliver business results. These organizations are looking for proven infrastructure that integrates into their data center in a simple and efficient manner, which is exactly what NVIDIA DGX systems with DDN storage delivers.”
In addition to these on-premises deployment options, DDN is also announcing a partnership with Lambda to deliver a scalable data solution based on NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD with over 31 DGX H100 systems. Lambda intends to use the systems to allow customers to reserve between two and 31 DGX instances backed by DDN’s parallel storage and the full 3200 Mbps GPU fabric. This hosted offering supplies rapid access to GPU-based computing without a commitment to a large data center deployment along with a simple competitive pricing structure. Lambda chose DDN as the backend storage for this project because of DDN’s established track record of successful DGX SuperPOD deployments, as well as the expertise for storage at scale that DDN brings to the table. Lambda will also be selling DGX BasePOD and DGX SuperPOD with DDN A³I storage for customers looking to establish on-site deployments.
“As organizations continue to modernize around AI, they’re experiencing explosive demand around performance and data needs,” shared David Hall, head of high performance computing, Lambda. “To address that need, Lambda, as a market leader in the deep learning infrastructure space, is bringing NVIDIA DGX systems with DDN A³I storage into our reserved cloud offering. This provides our customers with a full-service experience coupled with industry-leading performance in a matter of weeks rather than months.”
Learn more about DDN’s new RAs, why efficient high performance parallel storage supplies a significant advantage for AI workflows, and Lambda’s GPU cloud by watching DDN’s on-demand video, Unleash Lightning-Fast Storage for Unprecedented AI Efficiency and Performance (Presented by DDN) [S52439], at NVIDIA GTC, a global conference on AI and the metaverse, running online through March 23.
DDN is the world’s largest private data storage company and the leading provider of intelligent technology and infrastructure solutions for enterprise at scale, AI and analytics, HPC, government, and academia customers. Through its DDN and Tintri divisions, the company delivers AI, data management software and hardware solutions, and unified analytics frameworks to solve complex business challenges for data-intensive, global organizations. DDN provides its enterprise customers with the most flexible, efficient and reliable data storage solutions for on-premises and multi-cloud environments at any scale. Over the last two decades, DDN has established itself as the data management provider of choice for over 11,000 enterprises, government, and public-sector customers, including many of the world’s leading financial services firms, life science organizations, manufacturing and energy companies, research facilities, and web and cloud service providers.
Founded and led by deep learning engineers, Lambda provides deep learning infrastructure including a GPU cloud service, on-prem servers, GPU clusters, GPU workstations, and GPU laptops to customers such as Intel, Microsoft, Google, Amazon Research, Tencent, Kaiser Permanente, MIT, Stanford, Harvard, Caltech, and the Department of Defense. Find out more at www.lambdalabs.com.
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