In a groundbreaking move, a prominent chipmaker based in the United States has recently forged strategic alliances with two major Indian conglomerates, Reliance Industries Ltd. and the Tata Group. The objective of these partnerships is to jointly develop cutting-edge infrastructure-as-a-service and platform for artificial intelligence (AI) services.
This collaboration is set to revolutionize the tech industry and pave the way for groundbreaking advancements in AI technology.
Reliance Industries and Nvidia have joined forces to collaborate on the development of India’s very own large language model. This model will be specifically trained on regional languages, allowing for the creation of tailored Generative AI applications.
Tata Group and Nvidia have joined forces to collaborate on the development of an AI supercomputer. This cutting-edge technology will be driven by the highly advanced Grace Hopper Superchip, ensuring unparalleled performance capabilities.
In a recent statement, Jensen Huang, the founder and chief executive at Nvidia, declared that the global Generative AI race is currently in full swing. In a global trend, data centers are increasingly adopting GPU computing as they strive to construct environmentally-friendly infrastructure capable of meeting the skyrocketing requirements of Generation AI.
Tata Communications Ltd. and Nvidia have announced their collaboration to develop an AI cloud in India. The primary objective of this partnership is to establish a robust infrastructure that will facilitate the next phase of computing. In a groundbreaking development, enterprises can now expect to experience high-speed data transfer.
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. has announced its plans to leverage AI infrastructure for the development and execution of generative AI applications. Additionally, the company aims to adopt an AI-first approach in its collaborations with clients. In a groundbreaking move, TCS has announced plans to enhance the skills of its massive workforce of 600,000 employees through a strategic partnership.
Tata Group companies are set to undergo an AI-led transformation, thanks to the partnership between Tata and Nvidia. This collaboration is expected to have a catalytic effect, impacting various sectors within the group, including manufacturing and consumer businesses.
In a recent statement, N Chandrasekaran, the chairman at Tata Sons Pvt., expressed excitement about the partnership with Nvidia. He highlighted that this collaboration will play a significant role in making AI infrastructure more accessible to the masses.
Additionally, Chandrasekaran emphasized that the partnership will expedite the development of AI solutions and facilitate the growth of AI talent on a large scale. In a promising development, Tata Group and Nvidia have joined forces to explore potential collaborations that could propel India’s AI ambitions forward.
Leveraging Tata Group’s extensive presence across various sectors and Nvidia’s profound capabilities, this partnership opens up a plethora of opportunities for advancement in the field of artificial intelligence.
The AI (artificial intelligence) change in India has taken a big step forward thanks to Jio Platforms. Jio has teamed up with NVIDIA to give the country a state-of-the-art AI cloud infrastructure.
This will help AI companies, developers, researchers, and scientists because they will have access to accelerated computing and high-speed secure cloud networking. This will allow them to run huge tasks safely and with very little energy use.
This partnership comes right after Mukesh Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Industries, said at the company’s 46th AGM (annual general meeting) that AI will be available to everyone in India.
“This is what I promise the people of our country. Seven years ago, Jio said that everyone, everywhere would be able to connect to internet. We have done our part. Jio now says that AI will be available to everyone, everywhere. “We will do it,” Ambani promised.
Under the agreement, NVIDIA will give Jio full AI supercomputer technologies, including GPU, CPU, networking, and AI operating systems and tools for making the most advanced AI models. Jio will be in charge of running and maintaining the AI cloud system, as well as making sure customers can connect and use it.
Both companies will gain from the agreement, since NVIDIA has the technology and Jio has the connections and reach in India. By working together, both companies will be able to expand their names into new areas and places and make more money.
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Mukesh Ambani said, “As India moves from being a country with a lot of data to building a technology infrastructure that will help it grow quickly and widely, computing and technology super centers like the one we plan to build with NVIDIA will spur growth in the same way that Jio did for our country’s digital march.” I’m happy to work with NVIDIA, and I’m looking forward to a productive trip together.”
Chairman of Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited, Akash Ambani, said, “Our partnership with NVIDIA is a big step in the right way. Together, we will build a cloud platform for advanced AI that is safe, long-lasting, and well-suited to India’s unique possibilities. This cutting-edge tool will help speed up AI-driven innovations in all kinds of fields, from healthcare and education to business solutions. Our goal is to make AI available to students, start-ups, and businesses all over the country. This will speed up India’s path to becoming an AI giant.
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