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Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has made two big announcements — NVIDIA AI Computing by HPE and HPE IT Sustainability Services – Data Center Heat Recovery — at the HPE Discover 2024 event.

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NVIDIA AI Computing by HPE

HPE and NVIDIA co-developed a turnkey private cloud for AI that will enable enterprises to focus their resources on developing new AI use cases that can boost productivity and add new revenues.

NVIDIA AI Computing by HPE is a portfolio of co-developed AI solutions and joint go-to-market integrations that enable enterprises to accelerate adoption of generative AI.

HPE Private Cloud AI solution enables enterprises to gain an energy-efficient and flexible path for sustainably developing and deploying generative AI applications. Powered by the new OpsRamp AI copilot that helps IT operations improve workload and IT efficiency, HPE Private Cloud AI includes a self-service cloud experience with full lifecycle management and is available in four configurations to support a range of AI workloads and use cases.

All NVIDIA AI Computing by HPE offerings and services will be available through a joint go-to-market strategy that spans sales teams and channel partners, training and a global network of system integrators including Deloitte, HCLTech, Infosys, TCS and Wipro.

“HPE and NVIDIA co-developed a turnkey private cloud for AI that will enable enterprises to focus their resources on developing new AI use cases that can boost productivity and unlock new revenue streams,” Antonio Neri, HPE President and CEO, said.

“Never before have NVIDIA and HPE integrated our technologies so deeply – combining the entire NVIDIA AI computing stack along with HPE’s private cloud technology – to equip enterprise clients and AI professionals with the most advanced computing infrastructure and services to expand the frontier of AI,” Jensen Huang, NVIDIA founder and CEO, said.

HPE IT Sustainability Services – Data Center Heat Recovery

HPE and Danfoss announced their collaboration to deliver HPE IT Sustainability Services – Data Center Heat Recovery, a heat recovery module, helping organizations manage and value excess heat as they transition towards more sustainable IT facilities.

According to the International Energy Agency, by 2026 the AI industry is expected to have grown exponentially to consume at least 10 times its electricity demand in 2023. IT leaders and data center facility operators are taking action to reduce energy usage, such as implementing modern power-efficient capabilities and improved cooling systems. The new energy efficient data center solution from HPE and Danfoss offers:

HPE’s scalable Modular Data Center (MDC), in the form of small footprint, high-density (kW/rack) containers, can be deployed nearly anywhere in the total absence of heavy industry and incorporates technologies such as direct liquid cooling, reducing overall energy consumption by 20 percent.

Danfoss’ innovative solutions, including heat reuse modules that capture excess heat from data centers to provide renewable heating onsite and to neighboring buildings and industries for various applications, and Turbocor oil-free compressors that enhance data center cooling efficiency by up to 30 percent.

HPE’s MDC incorporates direct liquid cooling (DLC) technologies to enhance energy efficiency by over 20 percent and optimize energy production and distribution, leading to notable energy savings. The design’s compactness minimizes energy loss by reducing the distance for energy and cooling fluid transport and maximizes the temperature differential at the inlet and outlet, which promotes the capture of excess heat.

Furthermore, the MDC’s agility and the exclusion of heavy industrial materials negate the need for costly, conventional building materials and substantially reduces the time to market. Deployment can be achieved three times quicker than with traditional data centers, decreasing from 18 months to as few as 6 months.

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