Although there is great promise in Artificial Intelligence (AI) enabled enterprise, very few companies are adopting the technology and many still unsure of where to begin. A recent Gartner reportsuggests that 55% of established companies either have started making investments in the potential of artificial intelligence or are planning to do so by 2020.
Artificial Intelligence is becoming mainstream in the consumer world with applications such as voice interfaces, personal assistants, and image tagging. However, the implications of AI go beyond mainstream consumer use cases to fields including genomic sequencing analytics, climate research, medical science, autonomous driving, and robotics. These technology advancements and breakthroughs have been – and continue to be – made possible by Deep Learning.
Early this year, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced new offerings to help customers ramp up, optimize and scale AI usage across business functions to drive outcomes such as better demand forecasting, improved operational efficiency and increased sales. HPE’s offerings enable customers to explore, evolve and expand AI applications for their business and industry needs.
HPE Apollo 6500 Gen10 System, a next-generation high-performance computing system purpose-built for deep learning that delivers a 3x faster model training than previous generations
HPE has also extended its AI partner ecosystem through a reseller agreement with WekaIO to deliver optimized storage performance in AI environments
In its mission to help make AI real for its customers, HPE offers customers flexible consumption services for HPE infrastructure, which avoids over-provisioning, increases cost savings and scales up and down as needed to accommodate the needs of deep learning deployments. Last year,HPE made AI simple with the Deep Learning Cookbook, a set of tools to help customers choose the right technology for their deep learning tasks.