Nvidia bets on India with Tata Group, Reliance Industries AI partnerships
Nvidia CEO said India ‘possesses [the] size, data, and skill’ necessary to be a leader in AI
Nvidia announced new partnerships with Indian conglomerates Tata Group and Reliance Industries to develop language models for business and consumer AI applications, cloud infrastructure and generative services in India.
With Tata Group, Nvidia will build an AI supercomputer supported by its GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip. “The global generative AI race is in full steam,” commented Jensen Huang, founder and CEO of NVIDIA, in press release. “Data centers worldwide are shifting to GPU computing to build energy-efficient infrastructure to support the exponential demand for generative AI.”
The pair will also develop an AI cloud in India aimed to provide critical computing infrastructure to allow enterprises to transfer data across the AI cloud at high speeds.
Nvidia’s partnership with Reliance Industries also involves a supercomputer and cloud platforms. The AI infrastructure, according to the companies, will be made available to scientists, developers and start-ups and will be hosted in compatible data centers that have a capacity of 2,000 megawatts.
Jio, Reliance Industries’ telecom arm will supervise the execution and implementation of the AI infrastructure.
Huang has previously made his confidence in India’s AI ambitions and potential clear and when announcing the partnership with Reliance, stated that the country “possesses [the] size, data, and skill” necessary for such advancements.
“The advancements in AI have made focus on AI a central priority in governments, industries and society at large. The impact of AI and machine learning is going to be profound across industries and every aspect of our lives,” said N. Chandrasekaran, chairman of Tata Sons. “This is a key transformational trend of the decade and every company must prepare to make this AI transition.”
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