Accelerating your business with AI should soon become much easier and more efficient with Nvidia and Oracle.
The two tech giants announced the expansion of a decade of collaboration to help companies adopt and scale AI applications and platforms faster than ever.
The move will involve tens of thousands of more Nvidia GPUs, including the A100 and the upcoming H100, supporting Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), as well as full support for Nvidia AI software and services.
Taking the Oracle Cloud World 2022 stage in Las Vegas, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang joined Oracle CEO Safry Catz to praise the values of an extended partnership.
Huang noted that Nvidia’s move to shift workloads to OCI would help users “find a way to do more without having to spend a lot more and use a lot more energy.”
The news will see services like the Nvidia AI Enterprise platform for the first time in OCI, greatly expanding the opportunities for companies looking to refine their AI offering at every stage of their AI workflow, from data processing and AI model training to large-scale simulation and deployment.
But it will soon also include Nvidia Clara, the company’s AI and HPC healthcare platform, enabling advances in areas such as medical imaging, genomics, natural language processing, and drug discovery.
New Nvidia Rapids Early Access is also available, accelerating Apache Spark’s data processing through OCI Data Flow and supporting a massive increase in demand for such services.
“To achieve long-term success in today’s business environment, organizations need answers and information faster than ever,” said Catz. “Our expanded alliance with NVIDIA will provide the best of the expertise of both companies to help customers across industries – from healthcare and manufacturing to telecommunications and financial services – overcome the many challenges they face.”