Collaboration between Hitachi Vantara and NVIDIA to drive advancements in Artificial Intelligence

Hitachi Vantara and NVIDIA Unveil New Generation of AI Solutions for Accelerated Digital Transformation

Hitachi Vantara, a company that specializes in data storage, infrastructure, and hybrid cloud management, has announced an innovative partnership with NVIDIA to develop a new generation of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions. This collaboration will result in a portfolio of solutions called Hitachi iQ, designed to accelerate the process of generating AI-driven results by integrating industry-specific capabilities with existing AI solutions. With this partnership, businesses can expect more relevant outcomes as they adopt AI-driven digital transformation.

In today’s business landscape, emerging data-intensive technologies such as generative AI are driving transformation but also putting pressure on IT environments. A recent report indicates that only a third of companies believe they can always handle internal demand for AI workloads. The partnership between Hitachi Vantara and NVIDIA aims to address these challenges by introducing hybrid cloud-enabled AI capabilities to speed up the acquisition of business insights.

Sheila Rohra, CEO of Hitachi Vantara, emphasized the significance of the partnership in advancing AI-driven digital transformation. By combining NVIDIA’s AI leadership with Hitachi Vantara’s expertise in hybrid cloud infrastructure solutions, the collaboration will help customers tackle future challenges and establish a solid foundation for data-driven innovation. The first product in the Hitachi iQ portfolio is set to launch in the first quarter of Hitachi’s fiscal year beginning in April 2024 and is powered by NVIDIA H100 Tensor Core GPUs. It is a certified NVIDIA DGX BasePOD that includes NVIDIA DGX H100 systems and NVIDIA software AI Enterprise, providing a new AI-powered architecture for handling complex AI workloads.

The collaboration between Hitachi Vantara and NVIDIA will also focus on creating industry-specific generative AI models tailored to Operational Technology (OT). This effort positions Hitachi as a leading developer of these specialized models to help businesses adapt to the demands of data-driven digital transformation. As part of this broader collaboration, Hitachi will create an ecosystem around its iQ platform that enables customers to choose from multiple consumption models for optimized performance and ROI.

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