Tencent Cloud Adopts Mellanox DCI for HPC and AI Cloud Offering

3 January 2018
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Tencent Cloud Adopts Mellanox DCI for HPC and AI Cloud Offering Image Credit: Tencent Cloud

Tencent Cloud has adopted Mellanox interconnect solutions for its high-performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI) public cloud offering.

The Tencent Cloud infrastructure leverages Mellanox Ethernet and InfiniBand adapters, switches and cables to deliver advanced public cloud services.

By taking advantage of Mellanox RDMA, in-network computing and other interconnect acceleration engines, Tencent Cloud can now offer high-performance computing services, as required by its users, to develop advanced applications and offer new services, said Mellanox.

Mellanox claims that its interconnect solutions deliver the highest efficiency for high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, cloud, storage, and other applications.

Wang Huixing, VP of Tencent Cloud
Tencent Cloud is utilizing Mellanox interconnect and applications acceleration technology to help companies develop their next generation products and offer new and intelligent services.

Amir Prescher, SVP of Business Development, Mellanox Technologies 
Through Tencent Cloud, companies will benefit from Mellanox’s technology to build new products and services that can leverage faster and more efficient data analysis. We look forward to continuing to work with Tencent and expanding the use of Mellanox solutions in its cloud offering.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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