Netweb Technologies has partnered with NVIDIA to manufacture server designs, including the NVIDIA Grace CPU Superchip and GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip server designs. The collaboration aims to produce more than 10 server variations under Netweb’s AI systems range, called Tyrone, for a variety of AI, high-performance computing, and supercomputing applications. These AI systems, based on the modular reference design NVIDIA MGX, will target workloads such as HPC, data science, large language models, edge computing, enterprise AI, design, and simulation. The product range will support AI training, inference, and 5G on a single system.
Sanjay Lodha, Chairman and Managing Director of Netweb, emphasized India’s potential to capitalize on AI’s growth and commended NVIDIA’s Make-in-India initiative. Vishal Dhupar, Managing Director for South Asia at NVIDIA, highlighted the importance of building the right AI infrastructure at the right cost and noted that Netweb’s Tyrone AI systems based on NVIDIA MGX would help enterprises address challenges and gain flexibility for various applications.
The collaboration aims to bring out the immense potential of AI in India and the Asia-Pacific region, fostering a local ecosystem to meet the demands of government and private enterprises for AI and computing applications. Netweb’s AI system, based on the NVIDIA MGX architecture, allows different configurations of GPUs, CPUs, and DPUs to accelerate diverse enterprise data center workloads. The partnership signifies the companies’ commitment to advancing AI infrastructure and technology in the region.