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Digital Realty to host NVIDIA-powered supercomputer in Denmark

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Digital Realty has announced it will host an NVIDIA-powered AI supercomputer at one of its data centres in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD supercomputer is equipped with 191 NVIDIA DGX H100 systems, integrating over 1,500 NVIDIA H100 Tensor Core GPUs and interconnected using the NVIDIA  Quantum-2 InfiniBand networking platform.

Digital Realty has said that its AI-ready infrastructure will provide the foundation for the system, enabling the National Centre for AI Innovation in Denmark to conduct research in fields such as healthcare, life sciences and climate research.

This collaboration is led by the Novo Nordisk Foundation and the Export and Investment Fund of Denmark (EIFO), and will provide researchers from the public and private sectors in Denmark access to the supercomputer as well as NVIDIA software platforms, training, and expertise.

Chris Sharp, Chief Technology Officer at Digital Realty, said, “Digital Realty is at the forefront of crafting the digital future, transcending mere infrastructure development to become architects of tomorrow. Our commitment to delivering state-of-the-art, AI-ready infrastructure is not just about accelerating AI adoption – it’s about pioneering the next wave of innovation.

“We envision Digital Realty as more than a meeting place for AI; we aim to establish it as the premier nexus for private AI, where enterprises and data converge. Here, scientific breakthroughs are realised, industries are transformed, and the future is moulded by the synergy of technology and imagination.”

“We are delighted to be working with Digital Realty,” added Mads Krogsgaard Thomsen, Chief Executive Officer of the Novo Nordisk Foundation.

“With their superb track record of operational excellence and tangible commitment to sustainability, they are the ideal partner to host the supercomputer and help take this exciting initiative forward.”

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