Exertis Hammer has entered into an EMEA-wide distribution agreement with big data storage supplier DataDirect Networks (DDN).
General Manager Adam Blackwell, said: “New and existing customers will hugely benefit from DDN’s focus on artificial intelligence, big data and high performance computing (HPC). Adding DDN to our reputable portfolio, which already includes stalwarts such as Intel, AMD and Nvidia/Mellanox, gives Exertis Hammer the ability to offer a true end-to-end solution, ideal for key vertical markets such as AI, M&E and HPC.”
DDN recently announced that its A3I artificial intelligence storage solutions now support the NVIDIA DGX A100, the world’s first 5-petaflops AI system, which consolidates the capabilities of an entire datacentre into a single flexible platform. Optimised to accelerate machine learning and artificial intelligence applications, A3I solutions combine DDN storage, DGX A100 systems and NVIDIA Mellanox high speed networking to supply optimised compute and I/O based on common principles of parallelism, performance and scale. ”