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Microsoft announces the open-source release of Azure DeepStream Accelerator (ADA) for supporting the development of edge AI solutions

Microsoft, along with the collaboration of NVIDIA and Neal Analytics, open-sourced Azure DeepStream Accelerator (ADA). ADA allows developers to build Edge AI solutions with native Azure Services integration quickly.

Microsoft’s main objective is to support developers utilizing existing Azure services to use the potential of computer vision at the edge via DeepStream. 

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With Azure DeepStream Accelerator, developers can create NVIDIA DeepStream AI-based solutions and integrate them with many Azure services like Blob Storage and Monitor. The Azure DeepStream Accelerator project includes tools developers can leverage to build, manage and deploy their AI solutions to NVIDIA’s AGX Orin edge devices.

Azure DeepStream Accelerator also provides support for more than 30 pre-build AI models out of the box and has the potential to bring your model for deployment to IoT edge devices. The Azure DeepStream Accelerator project is readily available on GitHub. If you are interested in DeepStream and want to learn more about it, you can check NVIDIA’s documentation and DeepStream SDK.

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Manjiri Gaikwad
Manjiri Gaikwad
Manjiri is a computer science graduate from Cummins college of engineering, Pune. She is a simple calm and composed person, who loves to write.


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