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Houston Based Hewlett Packard Enterprise Has Acquired Determined Artificial Intelligence

Houston based Hewlett Packard Enterprise today announced that it has acquired Determined AI, a San Francisco-based startup that delivers a powerful and robust software stack to train AI models faster, at any scale, using its open-source machine learning platform.Hewlett Packard Enterprise will combine Determined AI’s unique software solution with its world-leading AI and high-performance computing. These offerings enable ML engineers to easily implement and train machine learning models to provide faster and more accurate insights from their data in almost every industry.

Building and training optimized machine learning models at scale is considered the most demanding and critical stage of ML development, and doing it well increasingly requires researchers and scientists to face many challenges frequently found in Hewlett Packard Enterprise. These include setting up and managing a highly parallel software ecosystem and infrastructure spanning specialized compute, storage, fabric and accelerators.

The users need to program, schedule and train their models efficiently to maximize the utilization of the highly specialized infrastructure they have set up, creating complexity and slowing down productivity. Determining artificial intelligence open-source machine learning training platforms closes this gap to help researchers and scientists to focus on innovation and accelerate their time to delivery by removing the complexity and cost associated with machine learning development.

This includes easy set-up, configure, manage and share workstations or AI clusters that run on-premises or in the cloud.AI training is proceeding to fuel projects and innovation with intelligence, and to do so effectively, and at scale, will require specialized computing. According to IDC, the accelerated AI server market, which plays an integral role in providing targeted capabilities for image and data-intensive training, is expected to grow by 38% each year and reach $18B by 2024.

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