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HPE Accelerates Real-Time Insights for Deep Learning


HPE New purpose-built compute portfolio, partner ecosystem collaboration and comprehensive services optimize the Deep Learning  experience

Hewlett Packard Enterprise accelerates Deep Learning analytics and insights across all organizations with innovations spanning systems design, partner ecosystem collaboration, and expertise including flexible consumption models from HPE Pointnext Services.

With the latest innovations specifically targeted to Deep Learning, leveraging capabilities from the recent SGI acquisition, HPE touts to offer greater choice for larger scale, dense GPU environments and addresses key gaps in technology integration and expertise with integrated solutions and services offerings.

Customers pursuing Deep Learning projects face a variety of challenges including a lack of mature IT infrastructure and technology capabilities leading to poor performance, efficiency and time to value,” said Vikram K, Director, Datacenter and Hybrid Cloud, Hewlett Packard Enterprise India. “To address these challenges, HPE is introducing new optimized GPU compute platforms, an enhanced collaboration with NVIDIA and HPE Pointnext Services from the Core Datacenter to the Intelligent Edge.”

The new portfolio of capabilities includes:

  • New HPE SGI 8600: Based on the SGI ICE XA architecture, High Performance Computing platform with support for optimal combination of liquid-cooled GPU performance with NVIDIA Tesla GPU accelerators with NVLink interconnect technology to provide scale and efficiency for the most complex, largest environments – up to thousands of nodes with leading power efficiency.
  • Interactive Rendering from the Datacenter with the HPE Apollo 6500 and NVIDIA Tesla GPUs certified with NVIDIA VCA software.
  • Support for NVIDIA’s next generation Tesla GPUs based on its Volta architecture when available in production quantities in the Apollo 2000, Apollo 6500 and Proliant DL380 servers. 

HPE and NVIDIA also enhanced its partnership with addressing GPU technology integration and Deep Learning expertise challenges to accelerate the adoption of technologies that provide real-time insights from massive data volumes.

detection with GPU acceleration. Designed specifically for consumer credit card transaction processing, the new performance optimized, cost effective solution, will be demoed at the HPE booth during GTC.

“As the artificial intelligence era takes hold, enterprises are increasingly adopting NVIDIA’s GPU computing platform to generate insights from decades of untapped data,” said Ian Buck, General Manager of Accelerated Computing at NVIDIA. “Expanding our collaboration with HPE around deep learning will help enterprises deploy, manage and optimize their GPU computing infrastructure and realize the benefits of AI and deep learning in their business.”

As part of HPE’s partner ecosystem collaboration, HPE is working with Kinetica, a software application provider leveraging Deep Learning frameworks to develop a solution to automate, real-time fraud.


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