Nvidia’s AI platform gets a boost from Rescale’s high-performance computing as a service

Nvidia’s AI platform gets a boost from Rescale’s high-performance computing as a service

Rescale, a high-performance computing cloud platform provider, has extended its partnership with Nvidia to integrate the Nvidia AI platform into Rescale’s HPC-as-a-Service offering.

This collaboration will enable advanced computational engineering simulations with AI and machine learning. By integrating the Nvidia AI platform with Rescale HPC-as-a-Service, enterprise customers can quickly bring new products to market.

Rescale also announced a compute recommendation engine they created using machine learning on Nvidia architecture. This engine takes into account infrastructure telemetry, industry benchmarks and full-stack metadata. In other words, the company optimizes its workload performance without sacrificing architecture, location, price, scalability, service levels, compliance or sustainability.

“We are moving from an era of intuition-driven engineering to AI-assisted engineering, and Rescale Intelligent Computing simplifies the user experience while delivering the best possible performance as computational engineering and AI workloads converge,” stated Joris Poort, Rescale founder and CEO.

Rescale’s addition of the Nvidia AI enterprise software suite to its platform will allow businesses to use high-performance computing and artificial intelligence effectively. Nvidia’s Modulus, a physics-ML framework, is available on the Rescale cloud platform for public use. It allows users to run AI-dependent simulation workflows.

Nvidia’s software stack works optimally with Rescale’s intelligence computing fabric, enabling it to run computational engineering and AI workloads effectively, the company says. The use of Rescale intelligence computing can be leveraged in multi-cloud infrastructure.

Rescale customers can access several Nvidia containerized HPC applications and pre-trained AI models on Nvidia NGC. The company also integrates Nvidia base command platform software to orchestrate workloads across cloud and on-premise Nvidia DGX system infrastructure.

“Our unique built-for-the-cloud approach enables us to deliver optimal accelerated computational performance on-demand for any workload on any cloud worldwide, and our collaboration with NVIDIA will bring powerful new AI capabilities to our industrial HPC customers,” Poort concluded.

Earlier this year, Rescale and Nvidia collaborated to co-develop an AI-powered digital twin solution for organizations. This technology gave them access to several capabilities, including virtual system testing, layout changes and design optimization.

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