Nvidia is one of the companies at the forefront of artificial intelligence and yesterday they showcased some new things for companies that want to use AI in their business. In addition to a bunch of different AI tools, Nvidia presented DGX Cloud, a cloud service that gives companies access to powerful supercomputers specialized in AI development directly from a web browser.

Nvidia presents DGX Cloud

DGX Cloud is specifically designed to enable companies to train various AI models using supercomputers, and Nvidia writes about the service:

DGX Cloud provides dedicated clusters of NVIDIA DGX AI supercomputing, paired with NVIDIA AI software. The service makes it possible for every enterprise to access its own AI supercomputer using a simple web browser, removing the complexity of acquiring, deploying and managing on-premises infrastructure.

Each instance of DGX Cloud consists of eight NVIDIA H100 or A100 80GB Tensor Core GPUs with a total of 640GB GPU memory per node. If you’re interested in running DGX Cloud and its associated software, each instance costs around $37,000 per month to subscribe to.

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