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Microsoft and NVIDIA partner to enhance large AI models and cloud computing services
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Mar 18, 2024
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Mar 18, 2024

Microsoft and NVIDIA partner to enhance large AI models and cloud computing services

Partnerships

  • Microsoft and NVIDIA have entered a partnership to focus on enhancing AI and cloud computing across various Microsoft platforms.

  • The partnership introduces NVIDIA's Grace Blackwell GB200 processor to Microsoft Azure to improve AI capabilities like natural language processing and computer vision. It would also enhance Microsoft Copilot through new integration between NVIDIA's DGX Cloud and Microsoft Fabric.

  • An additional aspect of this partnership is that NVIDIA's Omniverse Cloud APIs will be accessible on Microsoft Azure to improve data interoperability and visualization. 

  • Microsoft 365 will also benefit from AI inferences powered by NVIDIA GPUs. The companies plan to launch NVIDIA's NIM inference microservices on Azure AI to turbocharge AI deployments, ultimately helping developers create optimized and efficient AI applications.

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