Today, people around the world finally understand the promise of artificial intelligence. We’re beyond the bleeding edge, and it can feel like we’re entering the world of sci-fi.
But sci-fi doesn’t help you automate your shipping schedules.
Sci-fi doesn’t detect dents in cans on an assembly line before you fill them with products that will just be wasted.
Sci-fi doesn’t route call-center cases to the best person to handle the job right away—instead of after the customer speaks with 10 different people.
Enterprise AI solutions translate science fiction into real business solutions.
Join NetApp virtually at NVIDIA GTC, a global conference for the era of AI and the metaverse, running March 20 to 23. As a longtime sponsor of the event, we strongly believe that GTC will help you uncover the tools and insights to accelerate your AI adoption, scale your solutions, and engineer your programs for operational success—to translate science fiction into tangible results. Through our collaboration with NVIDIA, NetApp offers a suite of solutions and reference architectures. Whether it’s NetApp® ONTAP® AI built on the NVIDIA DGX Bas ePOD reference architecture or individual NVIDIA DGX systems, we provide proven architectures with comprehensive support.
Sound interesting? Register for free now, and we’ll see you there.
Mackinnon joined NetApp and the Solutions Marketing team in 2020. In her time, she has focused on Enterprise Applications and Virtualization, but uncovered a passion in Artificial Intelligence and Analytics. In her current role as a Marketing Specialist, Mackinnon strives to push messaging and solutions that focus on the intersection of authentic human experience and innovative technology. With a background that spans industries like Software Development, Fashion, and small business operations, Mackinnon approaches AI topics with a fresh, outsider perspective. Mackinnon holds a Masters of Business Administration from the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She continues to live in Colorado with an often sleeping greyhound and a growing collection of empty Margaux bottles.