NVIDIA is one of the companies that has best known how to surf the wave of Artificial Intelligence, its hardware solutions, both in GPU accelerators and server platforms, have created a platform used in all types of areas related to AI-oriented servers. .
Its latest creation is the NVIDIA Spectrum-X platform, made up of the switch NVIDIA Spectrum-4 and the NVIDIA BlueField-3 SuperNIC DPU, a network system that seeks to optimize communications between AI servers through Ethernet connections to achieve maximum bandwidth with low latency.
The Spectrum-4 is the first AI switch that reaches 51 Tbps of traffic management, a bandwidth oriented to server systems working in parallel that need to communicate with each other with large amounts of data. On the other hand, the BlueFueld-3 DPU They reach 400 GB/s RDMA to enhance connectivity between the servers’ GPUs.
The platform combines software and hardware with various optimizations to facilitate high-performance communication in hyperscalar systems, with support for open standards such as SONiC for cloud infrastructure. All validated to work with the entire NVIDIA software and hardware ecosystem.
The first manufacturers to integrate NVIDIA Spectrum-X will be Lenovo, Dell and HP Enterprise, they will do so in combination with their GPU systems with Tensor Core accelerators and NVIDIA AI Enterprise and AI Workbench software. Their servers with this technology will arrive during the first quarter of 2024.
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