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Schneider Electric collaborates with NVIDIA

Pankaj-Schneider

By harnessing the power of digitization, AI, and IoT, Schneider Electric is shaping a more efficient, resilient, adaptive, and sustainable future for data centers and edge IT.

To optimize data center infrastructure, Schneider Electric has partnered with NVIDIA. The duo will work towards advancements in edge artificial intelligence (AI) and digital twin technologies. To assist IT professionals in addressing persistent pain points related to IT deployment in data centers and distributed edge IT environments, Schneider Electric has introduced Intelligent Micro Data Center One, an order-to-site assembly solution package covering power, cooling, security, and monitoring into a single enclosure. 

“By combining our expertise in data center solutions with NVIDIA’s leadership in AI technologies, we’re helping organizations to overcome data center infrastructure limitations and unlock the full potential of AI.”

Pankaj Sharma, Executive Vice President of Secure Power Division & Data Center Business, Schneider Electric

“We’re unlocking the future of AI for organizations. Our collaboration with NVIDIA paves the way for a more efficient, sustainable, and transformative future powered by AI,” said Pankaj Sharma, Executive Vice President of Secure Power Division & Data Center Business, Schneider Electric.

Schneider Electric is leveraging its expertise in data center infrastructure and NVIDIA’s advanced AI technologies to introduce the first publicly available AI data center reference designs. These designs are set to redefine the benchmarks for AI deployment and operation within data center ecosystems, marking a significant milestone in the industry’s evolution.

“The rapid advancement of digital technologies, the rise of edge IT, and the increasing adoption of IoT applications have generated a growing demand for computing, networking, and storage resources in edge IT environments. This demand arises from the convergence of operation technology (OT) and the need for close proximity to support critical business processes and enhance user experiences,” shared Steven Lee, Director, Secure Power, Power Systems and Industrial Automation, Schneider Electric Hong Kong.

Schneider Electric will introduce cutting-edge data center designs tailored for NVIDIA’s AI workloads, such as data processing, engineering simulation, and generative AI. The company aims to help data center owners integrate AI solutions efficiently, enhance deployment, and ensure reliable operations. “By combining our expertise in data center solutions with NVIDIA’s leadership in AI technologies, we’re helping organizations to overcome data center infrastructure limitations and unlock the full potential of AI.”

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