VentureBeat May 23, 2023
Shubham Sharma

As the demand for generative AI continues to grow, Nvidia is doing everything possible to make sure its tech stack for model development and deployment reaches where enterprises prefer to work.

Case in point: The computing giant’s latest partnership with Microsoft to integrate the Nvidia AI enterprise software into Azure machine learning (Azure ML) and introduce deep learning frameworks on Windows 11 PCs.

The move, announced today at the ongoing Microsoft Build developer conference, accelerates enterprise and individual AI efforts, and comes just a few hours after Nvidia announced Project Helix with Dell to bring generative AI to on-premise deployments.

Integration with Microsoft Azure machine learning

In simple terms, Nvidia AI enterprise can be described as an end-to-end, secure software...

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