HPE Dives Into Supercomputing As-A-Service With GreenLake For AI LLMs

 

Last week at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Discover, the company announced its entry into the AI cloud market by expanding its HPE GreenLake portfolio. In 2019, HPE acquired supercomputing vendor Cray Inc. At that time, Antonio Neri, the CEO of HPE, said, “Answers to some of society’s most pressing challenges are buried in massive amounts of data.”

Yet supercomputing was reserved mainly for academic researchers or companies with deep pockets. The need for more advanced computing infrastructures grew exponentially as companies began adopting AI. While cloud computing services hold the promise of infinite bandwidth, these services aren’t always the most efficient or cost-effective way to train large-scale models. The new HPE AI cloud service, called HPE GreenLake for large language models (LLMs), enables organizations to train, tune, and deploy AI models at scale and with security and compliance to foster responsible and sustainable AI adoption. Read More 

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Maribel Lopez, Senior Contributor