Today, NVIDIA and Microsoft announced their partnership to give Microsoft enterprise users cloud access to the super-efficient industrial metaverse and AI supercomputing capabilities.
Microsoft Azure will host two new cloud services from NVIDIA: NVIDIA DGX Cloud, an AI supercomputing service that gives businesses immediate access to the software and infrastructure needed to train advanced models for generative AI and other ground-breaking applications.
Another is NVIDIA Omniverse Cloud, a platform-as-a-service that gives instant access to a full-stack environment for designing, developing, deploying, and managing industrial metaverse applications.
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Businesses can connect real-time data from sensors in the physical world to their digital duplicates by connecting Omniverse to Azure Cloud Services Digital Twins and the Internet of Things.
This will make it possible for businesses to create and use 3D digital twins that are more accurate, dynamic, and fully functional and react instantly to changes in their surroundings. Azure offers the cloud architecture and functionalities required to deliver enterprise services at scale, such as security, identity, and storage.
Accenture’s GTC keynote demo illustrates the value of combining Microsoft Teams with NVIDIA Omniverse to enable real-time 3D communication. The Accenture example demonstrates how this integration can reduce the time between decision-making, action, and feedback. It runs on Omniverse Cloud and makes use of a Teams Meeting featuring Live Sharing.