AI computer validated as NVIDIA GPU cloud-ready platform
Lanner Electronics has announced that its hyper-converged infrastructure appliance, the FX-3420, and Edge AI Appliance, LEC-2290, have been officially validated as NVIDIA GPU NGC-Ready Server for Edge computing platforms. In a configuration with NVIDIA T4 GPUs, Lanner network appliances have been tested for functionality, performance, and ease of deployment to AI frameworks and virtualised, disaggregated 5G ready network architecture.
“NGC-Ready validation of Lanner network appliances helps our customers across industries accelerate their hyper-converged AI-enabled application deployments at the edge,” said Jeans Tseng, CTO of Lanner. “In the case of telecom for instance, customers can bring Edge AI to advance an array of applications – from 5G Open RAN to edge data centers, private networks, and MEC.”
The NGC-Ready validation process included extensive testing on the FX-3420 and LEC-2290 for a wide range of applications for on-premise, cloud and edge deployments. Lanner’s validated network appliances can help customers leverage the extensive range of NVIDIA GPU-accelerated software available for real-time intelligent decision making. Customers can easily migrate workflow compute environments including both hybrid and multi-cloud implementations, run GPU-optimised software on bare metal servers or on virtualised environments, and maximise utilisation of GPUs and network interoperability.
Lanner will be taking part in the NVIDIA GTC 2021 Conference as a 2021 PLATINUM partner (April 12th to 16th). Don’t miss out on this event. Registration is free and can be found here.