Schneider, NVIDIA to build AI ‘benchmark’ data centre design

  • Schneider Electric and NVIDIA will leverage their respective expertise to launch the first publicly available AI data centre reference design.
  • According to the public statement, these designs will redefine the benchmark for AI deployment and operations within the data centre ecosystem.
  • Schneider said the collaboration will help organisations overcome the limitations of data centre infrastructure and unlock the full potential of AI.

Cooperation based on respective expertise

Energy management and automation giant Schneider Electric said Thursday that it has partnered with NVIDIA to optimise data centre infrastructure. Schneider Electric will leverage its expertise in data centre infrastructure and NVIDIA’s advanced AI technology to launch the first publicly available AI data centre reference design, according to a statement.

These designs will redefine the benchmark for AI deployment and operations within the data centre ecosystem. Pankaj Sharma, executive vice president of Schneider Electric’s Safe Power Division and Data centre business, said: “We are unlocking the future of AI for organisations. “

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Release all potential of AI

The partnership will help organisations overcome the limitations of data centre infrastructure and unlock the full potential of AI.

In the first phase of this collaboration, Schneider Electric will introduce cutting-edge data centre reference designs tailored for NVIDIA’s accelerated compute cluster, specifically for data processing, engineering simulation, electronic design automation, computer-aided drug design, and artificial intelligence generation. A particular focus will be on enabling high power distribution, liquid cooling systems and controls to ensure simple commissioning and reliable operation of extreme density clusters.

Building on this foundation, Schneider Electric aims to provide data centre owners and operators with the necessary tools and resources to seamlessly integrate new and evolving AI solutions into their infrastructure, improving deployment efficiency and reliable lifecycle operation. Ian Buck, vice president of Hyperscale and HPC at NVIDIA, said in a statement: “Through our partnership with Schneider Electric, we will deliver AI data centre reference designs using next-generation NVIDIA accelerated computing technology. “

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Tuna Tu, an intern reporter at BTW media dedicated in artificial intelligence and media. She graduated from The Communication University of Zhejiang and now works in Hangzhou. Send tips to t.tu@btw.media.

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