CoreSite Certified as NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center Partner
Delivering High-Performance, Scalable Colocation and Interconnection Solutions
April 10, 2024
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CoreSite has been certified as part of the NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center program to host scalable, high-performance infrastructure for organizations looking to capitalize on rising demand for artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and other high-density applications.

By choosing to host their NVIDIA DGX™ infrastructure with CoreSite, customers can benefit from a national portfolio of high-density-powered data center campus environments for NVIDIA AI and high-performance computing at CoreSite locations including Los Angeles (LA3), Silicon Valley (SV9), Chicago (CH2) and Northern Virginia (VA3).

“The exponential growth of AI and other emerging applications has increased the need for highly interconnected, purpose-built data centers to meet the growing demands for IT, power and cooling infrastructure,” said Juan Font, President and CEO of CoreSite, SVP of American Tower. “Our certification as an NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center program partner will enhance CoreSite’s ability to deliver the data center space, advanced cooling and ultra high-density power requirements customers need while making it easier for them to deploy advanced technologies and bring their innovations to market.”

As AI adoption accelerates, CoreSite data centers serve as hubs for interconnection, providing broad and efficient access to the data sources that are training AI models. From flexible low-latency networks, interconnection and cloud networking options to power and cooling sufficient to support the operating requirements of AI infrastructure, CoreSite’s network-dense data centers can serve as a funnel for data produced at every end point, by every connected device.

CoreSite’s data centers also are environments where leading enterprises can operationalize AI technologies such as:

- Deep learning that requires scale, data access and GPU-class performance

- Data science applications that use machine vision, natural language processing, ML and data processing application programming interfaces (APIs)

- Process modernization related to administration, operations and collaborative research and development

CoreSite customers include AI experts and innovators who are implementing AI in their business models today, leveraging high-density, high-performance, reliable and secure data centers combined with digital ecosystems consisting of carriers, platform providers and IT services providers. Current CoreSite customer AI use cases include:

- Autonomous vehicles and driverless delivery systems

- Software solutions offering real-time development platforms for companies in gaming, media and entertainment, general enterprise, manufacturing, government and more

- Entertainment streaming services making individually tailored recommendations and building customized playlists

- Drug discovery, preventative medicine and advanced diagnostics

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