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Indosat to Incorporate NVIDIA Blackwell Platform in AI-Cloud Network

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Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison group in Indonesia will incorporate the NVIDIA Blackwell platform into its infrastructure to advance AI and technological innovation, aiming to drive economic growth and national sovereignty. By leveraging NVIDIA’s technology, Indosat will enhance its cloud services and empower Indonesia with generative AI. The move signifies the company’s commitment to leading the charge in sovereign AI and driving innovation for future generations.


<b>Indosat</b> to Integrate <b>NVIDIA Blackwell Platform</b> into <b>AI-Cloud Infrastructure</b>” width=”1200″ height=”800″><br /><b>Indonesia’s Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison (Indosat or IOH)</b> group has announced its plans to integrate the <b>NVIDIA Blackwell platform</b> (revealed during the recent developer’s conference – GTC 2024) into its infrastructure. This strategic move by <b>Indosat</b> is aimed at advancing Indonesia into a new era of sovereign AI and technological progress. The partnership between <b>Indosat</b> and <b>NVIDIA</b> was first announced at Mobile World Congress 2024 in February, as reported by <strong>TelecomTalk</strong>.</p>
<h2>Advancing Indonesia’s AI Landscape</h2>
<p><b>Indosat</b> believes that embracing the <b>NVIDIA Blackwell platform</b> will play a vital role in transforming Indonesia’s approach to utilizing AI and machine learning, thereby fostering innovation, economic development, and national autonomy. This integration is expected to redefine the AI cloud services landscape in Indonesia, according to the company’s statement.</p>
<p><strong>Vikram Sinha, President Director and CEO of Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison</strong>, stated, “With Blackwell technology at our disposal, we are moving closer to our overarching goal of empowering Indonesia and leading the way in sovereign AI, driving innovation, economic growth, and prosperity for future generations.”</p>
<p><strong>Bayu Hanantasena, President Director and CEO of Lintasarta</strong>, emphasized that incorporating <b>NVIDIA’s</b> latest technology into their service offerings supports their vision of becoming a key cloud service provider in the nation.</p>
<p>“Sovereign AI is increasingly becoming a priority for countries looking to accelerate innovation and enhance productivity,” said <strong>Ronnie Vasishta, Senior Vice President of Telecom at NVIDIA</strong>. “By integrating the <b>Blackwell platform</b>, <b>Indosat</b> is poised to transform its operations and drive the development of advanced language models that will empower Indonesia with generative AI.”</p>
<h2>Leveraging NVIDIA’s Technology</h2>
<p><b>Indosat</b> will utilize the <b>NVIDIA Tensor Core GPU</b>, based on the <b>Blackwell platform</b>, to significantly boost the speed of inference workloads, enabling real-time performance for resource-intensive language models. Furthermore, the <b>NVIDIA Tensor Core GPU</b>, including <b>NVIDIA BlueField-3 DPUs</b>, will enhance cloud network acceleration, storage, security, and GPU compute elasticity in hyperscale AI clouds, as highlighted in the joint statement.</p>
<p>The <b>NVIDIA Tensor Core GPU</b> will be accessible through <b>NVIDIA DGX Cloud</b>, providing enterprises with instant access to infrastructure and software for training sophisticated generative AI models.</p>
<p>By embracing the <b>NVIDIA Blackwell platform</b>, <b>Indosat</b> is set to unleash the full potential of AI and machine learning, positioning Indonesia as a prominent player in sovereign AI on a global scale, the company emphasized.</p>
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