CALIFORNIA (TechtUSA) - During its event, GTC, Nvidia unveiled several new AI-related products, software, and cloud partnerships. In addition, they announced a significant breakthrough in computational lithography which is expected to enhance the development of next-generation chips. The announcement highlights Nvidia's continued investment in innovative technologies and its commitment to advancing the field of AI.
NVIDIA launches DGX Cloud for enterprises
Nvidia has collaborated with major cloud providers such as Oracle Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, among others, to make its AI supercomputers available as a cloud service. This new service, called Nvidia DGX Cloud, will allow enterprises to access Nvidia's DGX AI supercomputers and AI software quickly through a web browser, enabling them to train models for generative AI and other AI applications. The partnership highlights Nvidia's commitment to advancing AI capabilities and making them more accessible to businesses.
Nvidia announced that its DGX Cloud service is already available through Oracle, offering bare-metal compute and high-performance storage that can scale up to 32,000 GPUs for enterprises. The service will be available on Azure in the next quarter and will expand to Google Cloud and other platforms in the future.
Nvidia also introduced Nvidia AI Foundations, a set of three cloud services that allow businesses to create and operate large language models and generative AI models using their proprietary data for specific tasks. This announcement highlights Nvidia's continued investment in cloud-based AI services and its dedication to advancing AI capabilities for businesses.