DDN launches AI Innovation Lab in Singapore

The lab also features supercomputers from NVIDIA

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In collaboration with NVIDIA, DataDirect Networks (DDN) has launched an artificial intelligence (AI) Innovation Lab in Singapore to foster innovation and accelerate enterprise AI deployment.

The lab is equipped with DDN's A3I AI400X systems that provide superior performance, optimal efficiency, and flexible expansion when combined with NVIDIA DGX servers and workstations.

Additionally, DDN A3I’s shared parallel architecture offers high redundancy and failover capabilities to keep data accessible and reliable in the event of server or network failure.

AI400X systems from DDN provide robust and high-performance storage for NVIDIA Selene, the world's sixth-most powerful supercomputer. DDN systems also support NVIDIA DGX POD and NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD configurations with an optimized storage infrastructure to accommodate complex AI workloads.

With NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD, businesses have access to comprehensive services ranging from installation to managed production of AI.

According to DDN, the AI Innovation Lab will equip customers and partners with the tools and resources they need to develop AI-driven solutions. The lab will also enable enterprises to build, test, and optimize AI models at scale.

"The AI Innovation Lab will focus on enabling customers to innovate and develop industry-specific AI solutions to help customers and partners to co-create proof of concepts, innovate and test production-ready solutions in the lab," said Dennis Ang, director of enterprise business for SEA and ANZ regions at NVIDIA.

Ang added, "With DDN and NVIDIA's powerful technologies, organizations can access world-class computing and storage infrastructure to fast track a broad range of AI and data science initiatives."

Commenting on their partnership, DDN general manager for India & S.E. Asia, Atul Vidwansa, said, "As a trusted data storage solutions provider, we are excited to collaborate with NVIDIA to deliver Intelligent Infrastructure to enterprises locally to develop, test and deploy rich AI solutions at scale.”

"This further demonstrates our commitment to empowering customers and partners to drive AI-powered innovations as quickly as possible."

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