Organization Enables AI Workloads for an Enterprise's Data Center...

Organization Enables AI Workloads for an Enterprise's Data Center Customers

By Gov CIO Outlook | Monday, July 29, 2019

Cyxtera’s collaboration will accelerate the implementation of AI with a simplified deployment model.

FREMONT, CA: Cyxtera Technologies, a global colocation, software, and data center platform, announced its union with the NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center program to enable AI workloads for NVIDIA DGX Systems users. The lineup brings NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center colocation services to Cyxtera’s hybrid-ready information security framework.

Cyxtera owns and operates data centers globally and provides cybersecurity, colocation, software platform, and other related services to businesses. Cyxtera’s organization that combines a worldwide footprint offers a frame of modern cloud along with hybrid-ready analytics and security. Additionally, Cyxtera serves over 3000 enterprises, government agencies, and service providers with an integrated, resilient, and secure infrastructure platform for critical systems and applications.

The NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center program helps organizations in accelerating their AI mission and offers a pairing function that connects the enterprises with competent partners according to their needs. Cyxtera’s data centers in the U.S., London, Germany, Toronto, and Singapore markets are prequalified as NVIDIA DGX-Ready.

The broadcast is another progression in the organization’s continued effort to evolve in the field of AI that drives data growth across multiple industry verticals. Analysts from one firm predict that the global AI business spending will reach near $39 billion by 2025 and will serve as the driving force behind almost everything. From virtual digital receptionists, highly efficient sales platforms, autonomous vehicles to products that are still under development, AI will have its mark in all the fields.

For Cyxtera, the partnership with NVIDIA is to make sure that the organizations have access to the required data center resources to benefit from the AI. Besides, the company also aims that the collaboration eliminates the challenges that associations face today in infrastructure that can hold up the implementation. 

The declaration follows news of Cyxtera’s geographic expansion in prime markets in the United States including Phoenix, Silicon Valley, New York Metro, Atlanta, and Toronto; and in Europe, in London and Frankfurt.

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