Infosys recently announced intentions to educate and certify 50,000 people on NVIDIA AI technology to deliver expertise to its clients across sectors. The move follows the growth of Infosys’ relationship with chipmaker NVIDIA to supply generative AI-based solutions to organisations globally.
Infosys plans to establish an NVIDIA Centre of Excellence
In a joint release, Infosys and NVIDIA announced, “Infosys plans to establish an NVIDIA Centre of Excellence, where it will train and certify 50,000 of its employees on NVIDIA AI technology to provide generative AI expertise to its vast network of customers across industries.” To assist clients in developing generative AI applications for business operations, sales, and marketing, Infosys employs the full-stack NVIDIA generative AI platform, which includes hardware and enterprise-grade software. The expanded partnership will bring the NVIDIA AI Enterprise ecosystem of models, tools, runtimes, and GPU systems to Infosys Topaz, an AI-first collection of services, solutions, and platforms that accelerate business value via generative AI technologies.
Infosys will provide products clients may use to incorporate generative AI into their operations
“The offerings and solutions provided by Infosys Topaz complement NVIDIA’s core stack.” We are building end-to-end industry-leading AI solutions that will support organisations on their journey to becoming AI-first by combining our capabilities and educating 50,000 of our staff on NVIDIA AI technology,” Infosys Co-founder and Chairman Nandan Nilekani stated.
Due to the merger, Infosys will provide products that clients may use to incorporate generative AI into their operations. “The NVIDIA AI Enterprise ecosystem is rapidly ramping up to provide the generative AI platform.” “NVIDIA and Infosys will collaborate to build an expert workforce to assist businesses in using this platform to build custom applications and solutions,” stated Jensen Huang, Founder and CEO of NVIDIA. Nvidia will provide its artificial intelligence (AI) models, tools, apps, and computing infrastructure to Infosys as part of the cooperation. Infosys will teach 50,000 of its approximately 3.36 lakh workers on Nvidia’s AI stack through a dedicated centre of excellence (CoE).
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The GH200 will currently feature the same GPU as the H100, Nvidia’s most powerful and popular AI solution, but three times the memory capacity. According to the business, systems based on GH200 will be available in the second quarter of 2024. Nvidia did not divulge the GH200’s pricing; the H100 series sells for around $40,000.