Verne Global and Sensa collaborated for providing organizations with access to a comprehensive range of sustainable NVIDIA DGX-Ready colocation services. This collaboration follows Sensa’s recent membership in the NVIDIA Partner Network (NPN).
Sustainable NVIDIA DGX-Ready colocation services
Verne Global is a provider of sustainable data center solutions for high-performance computing (HPC). Sensa is one of the important Icelandic managed service providers and systems integrators. After being owned by Iceland Telecom (Síminn), Sensa is now in the process of acquisition by global software and cloud services provider, Crayon.
Dominic Ward, CEO, Verne Global, said,
“Our partnership with Sensa combines Verne Global’s specialist and optimized data center environment with Sensa’s expert installation, troubleshooting, maintenance and support capabilities. The ability to easily – and remotely – deploy AI at scale with trusted and certified partners on the ground is more important now than ever.”
NVIDIA DGX systems are purpose-built for the demands of AI and HPC. NVIDIA DGX A100 features the NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU, offering unprecedented compute density, performance, and flexibility in the world’s first 5 petaFLOPS system built for any AI workload.
Throstur Sigurjonsson, CTO, Sensa, said,
“We are delighted to join Verne Global in providing the high-specification hosting environment required for NVIDIA’s world-leading AI infrastructure – all powered by 100 percent renewable energy and connected to one of the world’s most reliable and affordable power grids. Given Iceland’s strategic location between North America and Europe, and our mutual certification as NVIDIA DGX partners, we’re poised to deliver NVIDIA DGX’s unmatched AI infrastructure to the global market, quickly and easily.”