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NVIDIA and Microsoft Team Up to Integrate NVIDIA’s AI Enterprise Suite with Azure Machine Learning

The inclusion of NVIDIA's AI software suite is set to enhance the ability of enterprises to build, implement, and manage applications that rely on large language models.

NVIDIA announced that it has teamed up with Microsoft to integrate NVIDIA AI Enterprise software with Microsoft's Azure Machine Learning service. The integration aims to assist enterprise developers in building, implementing, and managing applications that rely on large language models.

Azure Machine Learning provides developers with the ability to seamlessly scale their applications, whether it's for small tests or large-scale deployments. The service includes features like data encryption, access control, and compliance certifications, ensuring that security and compliance requirements set by organizations are met effectively.

According to NVIDIA, AI Enterprise is designed to complement Azure Machine Learning by offering secure and production-ready AI capabilities. It is also claimed to provide users with access to NVIDIA experts and support, potentially enhancing the overall user experience.

NVIDIA also noted that the integration of AI Enterprise Suite with Azure Machine Learning will grant users access to the most high-performance NVIDIA accelerated computing resources which will enhance the speed of training and inference for AI models.

With the integration of AI Enterprise Suite with Azure Machine Learning, developers and enterprises will be granted access to more than 100 NVIDIA AI frameworks, pre-trained large language models, and development tools. However, at present, this integration is exclusively accessible through an invitation-only preview in the NVIDIA community registry.

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