Vantage Data Centers, a leading provider of wholesale data centers in support of business and mission-critical applications, joined the NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center Colocation Program. This program enables Vantage to help organizations deploying NVIDIA artificial intelligence (AI) systems scale their infrastructure to support machine learning and AI initiatives.
DGX-Ready Data Center partners help companies access modern data center facilities for their AI infrastructure. High-density applications that require AI systems like DGX place unique demands on resources in the data center. Conventional data centers often find it challenging to address issues such as power and cooling. Vantage’s expertise in deploying and operating a variety of cooling systems can help them maximize efficiency and sustainable designs. Thus, by reducing the burden of infrastructure management, the customers can focus their resources on building innovative applications.
“Vantage’s facilities are purpose-built to power and cool high-density GPU clusters for applications such as machine learning and AI. In addition, we have implemented efficient, flexible designs that allow us to scale quickly as demand from leading-edge applications like these increases,” said Mark Freeman, vice president of marketing, Vantage Data Centers.
In another development, NVIDIA DGX-Ready Program is going global. According to the company, they have added new services that would help organizations accelerate their progress. They have three new partners in Europe, five in Asia and two in North America. Customers will now have access to a global network of 19 validated partners around the world. The partners offer world-class facilities to host DGX AI compute infrastructure, giving more organizations access to AI-ready data center facilities.
The program is now offered in 24 markets, including Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Peru, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States. Among the new locations is the Fujitsu Yokohama Data Center in Japan, which hosts more than 60 NVIDIA DGX-1 and DGX-2 systems.