Nvidia launches Omniverse cloud services in 100 countries to power the metaverse

Nvidia launches Omniverse cloud services in 100 countries to power the metaverse

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Nvidia announced today its first offering of Software and Infrastructure as a Service – Nvidia Omniverse Cloud A suite of cloud services for artists, developers, and enterprise teams to design, deploy, run, and experiment with metaverse applications anywhere.

Cloud technology harnesses the heavy-duty power of data centers to enable Omniverse tools wherever users are. Over 700 companies and 200,000 people are now using Omniverse.

With Omniverse Cloud, individuals and teams can experience with a single click the ability to design and collaborate on 3D workflows without the need for any on-premises computing power. Omniverse Cloud will benefit from Nvidia’s cloud gaming solution, GeForce Now, which has a global graphics delivery network.

“The next evolution of the Internet called the metaverse will be expanded with 3D,” Richard Kerris, vice president of Omniverse at Nvidia, said at a press conference. “Now to understand the impact of that would be the traditional internet that we know today connecting websites described in HTML and viewed through a browser. The metaverse would be the evolution of that internet connecting virtual 3D worlds using US dollars, or describing a global landscape.”

Omniverse designs can use actual vehicle data sets.

He added, “Think of it as 3D HTML that can be rendered on a virtual simulation engine in real time. That means you’ll be able to interact with 3D objects, and almost experience things like that. It doesn’t mean everyone will be like Ready Player.” One, with helmets and everything. This is just a mechanism to try things out. That means every device that you have today that interacts with the web will be able to interact with 3D, and that’s a game changer.”

Robotics can train, simulate, test and deploy intelligent AI-enabled machines with increased scalability and accessibility. Autonomous vehicle engineers can physically generate sensor data and simulate traffic scenarios to test a variety of road and weather conditions to deploy safe autonomous driving.

Omniverse Cloud is based on the Open Global Landscape Description Standard (in USD) for interoperable 3D assets.

“The metaverse, the 3D Internet, connects 3D virtual worlds described in US dollars and viewed through a simulation engine,” Jensen Huang, of Nvidia CEo, said in a statement. “With Omniverse in the cloud, we can connect teams around the world to design, build and operate virtual worlds and digital twins.”

World leaders support the Omniverse cloud

Nvidia Omniverse Cloud

Early backers of Omniverse Cloud include RIMAC, WPP, and Siemens. WPP happens to be the largest marketing services organization in the world, and they fully embrace the Omniverse Cloud.

WPP is the first to launch Automotive Marketing Services on Omniverse Cloud to deliver customized, advanced 3D content and experiences for automotive brands.

Developers, creators, and organizations around the world are using the Nvidia Omniverse to build virtual worlds and push the boundaries of the metaverse. Based on the description of the global landscape (in US dollars) originally created by Pixar – an extensible lingua franca for virtual worlds – Omniverse is a scalable computing platform for full-fidelity design 3D simulation workflows used by developers across global industries to build the 3D Internet .

During the last GTC keynote, Nvidia announced the largest release of new features for Omniverse to date, with cloud-managed Omniverse services and container deployments, new developer toolkits, and an open developer portal.

With the latest releases and capabilities, developers can create, extend, and connect 3D tools and platforms to the Omniverse ecosystem more easily than ever before.

Lowes has rebuilt its Omniverse stores.

Nvidia’s first SaaS offering, Omniverse Cloud is an infrastructure as a service that connects Omniverse applications running in the cloud, on premises, or on high-end devices. Users can create and collaborate on any device with Omniverse App Streaming, access and edit shared virtual worlds with Omniverse Nucleus Cloud, and extend 3D workloads across the cloud with Omniverse Farm.

The Omniverse Cloud operates on a planetary scale Omniverse Cloud Computer. Powered by Nvidia OVX systems for graphics-rich virtual world simulation, Nvidia HGX for advanced AI workloads.

“Through GeForce Now, we’ve created a global GDN, a graphics delivery network,” Nvidia CEO Huang said in today’s GTC keynote.

Huang believes that the largest industries — retail, consumer goods, luxury goods, supply chain, logistics, and more — will use Omniverse to connect their teams, visualize their data at full resolution, and create synthetic data to train AI models and simulate digital twins.

“Omniverse is a new computer platform and requires a new computer system,” Huang said.

The bases include RTX graphics, OVX servers, and Nvidia GPUs, he said.

Keres said many metaverse applications already exist and are growing at unprecedented rates. Fashion designers, furniture makers, and retailers offer virtual 3D products that you can experience using augmented reality.

Carriers are creating digital twins for their wireless networks to improve where radio towers are placed, thanks to work being done by Heavy.AI.

“By using Omniverse, they will be able to save billions of dollars in how they roll out 5G networks,” Kerris said.

Companies like Siemens and BMW are creating digital twins of warehouses and factories to improve logistics.

Using the Magic Leap 2 headset at Lowes.

“We are building a digital twin of the Earth to predict climate decades into the future,” Keris said. “Omniverse is unlike anything ever built. It is a platform for building and running metaverse applications on a large-scale, real-time 3D database, a computing platform that enables 3D designers and teams to better connect and build existing 3D pipelines that simulate virtual worlds”.

Nvidia has created its own Omniverse apps such as Isaac Sim, for testing robotics, Omniverse Replicator for generating synthetic data, and Drive for testing autonomous vehicles. Other applications are spread. Lowes uses Magic Leap 2 augmented reality to enable warehouse workers to work more efficiently by seeing visual prompts in the warehouse while wearing Magic Leap 2 AR glasses.

“Lowe’s is now using Omniverse as its platform to design, build and operate digital twins for its stores to improve operations and enhance the shopping experience,” Kerris said. “Omniverse offers physically accurate digital twins and multiple ways to collaborate whether it’s on a workstation or a connected Omniverse Magic Leap 2 AR headset. Lowe’s enhances their partners’ experiences by giving them superpowers.”

Car design in Omniverse.

Omniverse will be powered by the new Nvidia OVX platform with new GPUs announced today. Nvidia has 150 Omniverse partners. Deutsche Bahn, the world’s second largest transport company and Germany’s national railway operator, is using Omniverse to build and operate digital twins of more than 5,700 railway stations and 33,000 kilometers of track to improve capacity utilization, efficiency and safety.

“Deutsche expects to increase the capacity and efficiency of the railway and reduce carbon emissions without building any new tracks,” Keres said.

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