What Reliance & Tata's AI  Supercomputer Deal Means

Generative AI giant NVIDIA has partnered with Reliance and Tata group companies to develop AI-powered supercomputers

Reliance's Jio Platforms aim to deploy generative AI in local languages and develop India's own large language model (LLM).

The Unveiling

Tata Communications will build an AI cloud infrastructure in an infrastructure-as-a-service model, powered by NVIDIA's GH200 AI chip.

The Development

The collaboration aims to create  state-of-the-art AI supercomputers in India using NVIDIA's technology.

A Demonstration

NVIDIA's CEO, Jensen Huang, emphasized India's data, scale, and talent as crucial factors in this partnership.

Compatible Apps

The AI infrastructure will enable applications in healthcare, agriculture, weather prediction, and more.

A Step Forwards

The infrastructure will not only benefit large corporations but also be accessible to researchers, startups, and developers.

How It Works

The supercomputers will be environmentally sustainable and will handle the demands of AI workloads without excessive power consumption.

Streamlined Process

This collaboration is part of India's transition into the AI era and is expected to drive widespread technological growth in the country.

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