VAST Data Platform Certified for NVIDIA Cloud Partners, Enhancing AI Infrastructure Solutions

VAST Data’s AI platform certified as high-performance storage for NVIDIA cloud partners, boosting AI model deployment.

VAST Data, the AI data platform company, today announced that the VAST Data Platform has been certified as a high-performance storage solution for NVIDIA Partner Network cloud partners. This certification underscores VAST’s position as a leading data platform provider for AI cloud infrastructure, and further strengthens VAST’s collaboration with NVIDIA in building out next-generation AI factories.

VAST provides a unified set of storage and data services that empowers cloud service providers (CSPs) to offer a comprehensive catalog of data-centric offerings that are deeply integrated with NVIDIA technologies. Uniquely designed to meet the stringent requirements of large-scale AI cloud infrastructure, the VAST Data Platform supports training and fine-tuning AI models of all sizes and modes, ranging from multimodal and small language models with less than ten billion parameters to the world’s largest models consisting of over one trillion parameters.

This certification with NVIDIA builds on VAST’s already tremendous success with CSPs as the de facto AI data platform solution for large-scale, cloud infrastructure. With the VAST Data Platform independently validated and certified through the NVIDIA Partner Network, organizations can more confidently and securely deploy their AI models at unprecedented scale across thousands of GPUs.

John Mao, Vice President, Technology Alliances, VAST Data

With seamless scalability and industry-leading uptime, the VAST Data Platform enables service providers with capabilities that span the complete AI pipeline – from multi-protocol data ingest, accelerated data preprocessing for feature engineering, and high-performance storage for model training with fast checkpoints and restores to edge data management for model serving and end-to-end cataloging to meet audit and compliance requirements.

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