The Arrow Electronics wholesaler closed a distribution agreement with NVIDIA that will allow you to market various high-performance data center platforms and components.
Agreements include solutions as advanced as Nvidia DGX systems, nvidia virtual GPU (VGPU) and Nvidia GPUs Tesla. This affects the EMEA region.
Cloud Computing Solutions, the Internet of things and virtualization are key elements of Arrow’s general services and solutions portfolio. The agreement with NVIDIA opens new business opportunities in the data center sector to the IT channel: infrastructure compliance, Virtual Desktop infrastructure, virtual graphics processing, servers and supercomputers (HPC), among other.
The agreement will allow the channel to be prepared to address the needs of the final customer in sectors with great growth prospects, including artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things and the blockchain (block chain), as well as other technologies That depend on large volumes of data and require high-performance computing systems.
Nvidia VGPU stands out for delivering scalable and cost-effective performance in virtual and cloud environments, while the Nvidia Tesla GPUs line is designed for high performance computing and hyperscale workloads in demanding environments. To date, NVIDIA DGX is a high performance system that is ready to work with advanced artificial intelligence and deep learning environments.
Alexis Brabant, vice president of sales EMEA for Arrow’s Business Computing Solutions Division, commented:
“Through our new strategic agreement with NVIDIA, our channel customers will have the opportunity to generate new business in the state-of-the-art data center to address the areas of computing, HyperScale and consumer Internet applications. And cloud computing in almost every industry. Nvidia is perfectly positioned and growing strongly in the data center market and together, Arrow and Nvidia allow the channel to be prepared in particular for the tremendously fast growth business based on training in artificial intelligence and The inference of artificial intelligence. “