4. Nvidia Makes Enterprise Push With New Software, GPUs
Nvidia is making its biggest push yet into enterprises this year with new software and GPU products for AI, 3D design and other GPU-accelerated applications.
At the top of the new offerings is Nvidia AI Enterprise, a suite of software that allows organizations to run GPU-accelerated applications in traditional data center infrastructure with VMware’s vSphere virtualization platform. Servers in the Nvidia-Certified Systems program are all certified to run and deliver optimized performance for Nvidia AI Enterprise.
Other enterprise software offerings announced this year include Nvidia Base Command, a cloud-hosted development hub that provides access to a wide range of AI and data science tools; Nvidia Fleet Command, a managed services platform for deploying and managing AI applications at the edge; and Nvidia Omniverse Enterprise, a 3D design collaboration platform that lets designers work together across multiple software suites in real time.
New GPUs for enterprises include the Nvidia A10, which supports a mix of AI and graphics workloads; the Nvidia A16, which accelerates virtual desktop infrastructure performance; and the Nvidia A30, which supports a broad range of AI inference and mainstream enterprise compute workloads.