According to Netweb, it will develop and manufacture over ten different server models under its Tyrone line of AI systems, which are used for a variety of AI, high-performance computing, and supercomputing applications.
The Indian OEM of high-end computers with headquarters in Faridabad, Netweb Technologies, announced that it is now a manufacturing partner of NVIDIA, a leader in artificial intelligence (AI) computing and a pioneer in robotics and gaming. The NVIDIA Grace CPU Superchip and the GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip server designs are the subjects of the partnership.
According to the company, it will develop and manufacture over ten different server models under its Tyrone line of AI systems, which are used for a variety of AI, high-performance computing, and supercomputing applications.
The complex workloads in HPC, data science, large language models, edge computing, enterprise AI, design and simulation, and other fields will be targeted by Netweb’s AI systems, which are built on the modular reference design NVIDIA MGX. The company stated that the product line will also enable managing a variety of workloads on a single system, including 5G, AI training, and inference.
The chairman and managing director of Netweb, Sanjay Lodha, stated: “India has the enormous aptitude, need, and desire to profit from AI and its expansion. Further praising NVIDIA’s Make-in-India initiative to support the PMO vision, the speaker stated, “I believe India’s story on generative AI has only just begun. The success of generative AI and other related technology is directly correlated to the backend infrastructure and capabilities.” According to Lodha, this will result in locally produced cutting-edge technologies that meet international standards.
NVIDIA’s Managing Director for South Asia, Vishal Dhupar, stated: “Building the right AI infrastructure at the right cost is one of enterprises’ greatest challenges, as artificial intelligence touches almost all businesses and industry verticals.”
These issues will be addressed and businesses will have more flexibility for a range of applications, such as automation, generative AI, speech and text analytics, and more, thanks to Netweb’s Tyrone AI systems, which are based on NVIDIA MGX.
The partnership with NVIDIA will unleash AI’s enormous potential in India and the Asia-Pacific region. In order to better meet the demands of both government and private enterprises regarding AI and computing applications, local manufacturing of systems will create a local ecosystem.
According to Netweb, a variety of GPU, CPU, and DPU configurations can be used to accelerate a range of enterprise data centre workloads with its AI system, which is based on the NVIDIA MGX architecture.