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HPE and NVIDIA Look to Simplify Enterprise AI


By: Mary Jander

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and NVIDIA announced a strategic partnership this week aimed at simplifying AI adoption for enterprise customers. The deal highlights how vendors are looking to drive AI at the corporate level. It also shows HPE's drive to divert customers from reliance on public cloud services to fuel AI.

First, the news: HPE CEO Antonio Neri announced a new product line dubbed NVIDIA AI Computing by HPE during his keynote presentation at HPE’s Discover 2024 event in Las Vegas this week. The new line will include jointly marketed products that combine NVIDIA GPUs, networking, and software with HPE’s servers, storage, and GreenLake cloud services. Both companies will open their partner ecosystems and system integrator networks to support the new products.

The first of these products is HPE Private Cloud AI, a lineup of preconfigured hardware and software designed to let companies keep their data private while using popular generative AI (GenAI) models. The idea is to provide a turnkey solution for firms hesitant to bring their proprietary data stores into public cloud repositories for AI inferencing.

The choices of configuration include rackmounted combinations of HP ProLiant or Cray servers and GreenLake cloud services with NVIDIA GPUs, software (including modeling), and networking. HPE Private Cloud AI is expected to be generally available this fall.

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