Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced an expanded collaboration with NVIDIA to build an enterprise computing solution for generative AI (GenAI). The co-engineered, pre-configured AI tuning and inferencing solution enables enterprises to customize models using private data and deploy production applications anywhere, from edge to cloud.
The offering removes the complexity of developing and deploying GenAI infrastructure with a full-stack AI tuning and inferencing solution from HPE and NVIDIA.
As enterprises develop and deploy GenAI models for use cases such as conversational search, business process automation and content creation, they require a software and infrastructure stack that can be deployed quickly and from wherever the business needs it.
The new enterprise computing solution for generative AI is part of an expanded collaboration between HPE and NVIDIA that delivers full-stack, out-of-the-box AI solutions. These solutions integrate HPE Machine Learning Development Environment Software, HPE Ezmeral Software, HPE ProLiant Compute and HPE Cray Supercomputers with the NVIDIA AI Enterprise software suite, including the NVIDIA NeMo framework.
The enterprise computing solution for generative AI is a new AI tuning and inferencing data center solution that provides the ideal entry point for enterprises with a ready-out-of-the-box offering to start their AI journey.
With the new solution, enterprises can use pre-trained foundation models with their private data to create production applications such as AI chatbots. In addition, retrieval-augmented generation (RAG) workstreams improve the data quality and accuracy of the application.
HPE Services now provides consulting services, workforce training and deployment solutions. The AI services take customers through every step from GenAI and LLM discovery to implementation, where customers develop the optimum operational models and hybrid cloud data strategies needed to build, deploy and scale solutions into transformative outcomes.
These comprehensive services are supported by new Global Centers of Excellence for AI and Data open in Bulgaria, India, Spain, Tunisia and the United States.
For more information, visit: www.hpe.com.