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Certified AI workstations from Boxx

Comes with pre-trained models.

Jon Peddie

Boxx Technologies announced the launch of its Boxx AI, a new line of deskside and data center workstations specifically designed for AI modeling and training. These workstations, says the company, are built to provide performance optimized for AI training and inference.

The Boxx AI deskside workstations feature up to four Nvidia RTX 6000 Ada-gen GPUs, providing 5.8 PFLOPS of combined AI performance and 192GB of GPU memory. These workstations, says Boxx, are ideal for smaller and early-stage AI models and are certified by Nvidia. The Raxx AI rack-mountable system (shown above) is designed to extend AI development into the data center and cloud, providing scaled resources for further model development and production.

Boxx Workstation
(Source: Boxx)

Boxx AI systems come with Nvidia AI Workbench, a tool kit that allows users to create, test, and customize both pre-trained generative AI models and large language models (LLMs). The workstations also feature the latest high-performance CPUs, such as the AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 7000 series, liquid cooling and GPU spacing for system cooling, additional PCIe drives, and an available Linux operating system.

As owned, on-site platforms, Boxx AI and Raxx AI workstations allow users to protect their proprietary AI training and inferencing data at the source and offer full-time direct access to compute, eliminating deployment queues or competition for computing in a shared or cloud environment. IT administrators also gain enhanced control of costs and better management of utilization of environment sprawl.

Boxx Workstation
(Source: Boxx)

Boxx CEO Kirk Schell says, “Accelerating workloads is in our DNA, so now we are applying our knowledge and expertise to AI, creating innovative, high-performance Boxx systems purpose-built for AI design and development.”