Press Release
Monday, March 18, 2024

Aivres AI Servers to Support New NVIDIA Blackwell Architecture, Propelling Advancements in Generative AI and Accelerated Computing

In the rapidly evolving AI landscape, the speed and performance of Aivres data center solutions to massively accelerate with the introduction of groundbreaking NVIDIA Blackwell architecture-based GPU lineup

SAN JOSE, Calif.—March 18, 2024—At NVIDIA GTC24, Aivres, a leading global data center and cloud computing solutions provider, announced its support of the new NVIDIA Blackwell architecture and next-generation GPUs, including the NVIDIA GB200 Grace™ Blackwell Superchip and the NVIDIA B200 Tensor Core GPU, as well as the latest NVIDIA Spectrum-X800 and NVIDIA Quantum-X800 InfiniBand networking platforms.

Aivres’ products and end-to-end solutions for building large language model (LLM) infrastructures that accelerate the training process and advance generative AI innovation offer unprecedented computing performance and flexibility for complex AI applications. With the NVIDIA Blackwell architecture, Aivres next-gen products can achieve even stronger computing performance, and significantly higher GPU interconnection bandwidth, enabling AI training as well as AI inference of larger-scale and more complex models.

The NVIDIA Blackwell architecture introduces groundbreaking advancements for generative AI and accelerated computing. The incorporation of the second-generation Transformer Engine, alongside the faster and wider NVIDIA® NVLink® interconnect, propels the data center into a new era, with orders of magnitude more performance compared to the previous architecture generation.

As companies and organizations move to integrate AI into their processes and products to prepare for the future, data centers are looking to massively increase the speed and performance of their operations to satisfy the enormous processing power required to train LLMs and other generative AI, which can take tens of thousands of GPUs.

“As the landscape for AI evolves, the quest for ever-larger language models has become a focal point for researchers and organizations,” said Alan Chang, VP of Technical Operations, Aivres. “Aivres is a leading provider of cutting-edge AI solutions, and the new NVIDIA Blackwell-based Aivres AI servers will promote the development of AI industrialization and enable our data center customers to effectively manage the AI transformation challenges ahead.”

Learn more about the new NVIDIA Blackwell architecture and the NVIDIA GB200 Superchip and B200 Tensor Core GPU in NVIDIA’s press release.