Kao Data Becomes NVIDIA DGX-Ready

Kao Data Becomes NVIDIA DGX-Ready

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Kao Data has become NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center certified, meaning it can now support and host the latest NVIDIA accelerated computing technology.

The status officially certifies Kao Data’s capability to support and host the latest breakthroughs in NVIDIA GPUs such as the NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU, an area in which Kao Data is seeing increased adoption through its work with customers in Cambridge and the UK Innovation Corridor.

This also includes NVIDIA’s DGX SuperPOD, which provides the digital foundations for comprehensive advances in machine learning and deep learning technologies.

“DGX-Ready Data Center architectures are quickly changing both the dynamics and capabilities of data centres built for HPC, AI and supercomputing,” said Gérard Thibault (pictured), CTO, Kao Data.

“From inception, Kao Data was precision engineered to deliver a dedicated, robust and resilient environment for intensive computing. Whether a solo DGX system, or something far larger like the acclaimed NVIDIA Cambridge-1 supercomputer, Kao Data is the perfect home for these forms of advanced computing.”

Marc Hamilton vice president of solutions architecture and engineering at NVIDIA, added: “Cambridge and the UK Innovation Corridor is a transformative technology hub, and a significant growth region for HPC and AI.

"Having a DGX-Ready Data Center partner such as Kao Data within this digital ecosystem is a crucial step that reinforces our customer commitments and supports them throughout the journey,” Hamilton added.


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