Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Industries and US-based chip giant Nvidia have announced a partnership to build AI supercomputers in India. Nvidia and telecom-to-retail giant Reliance want to create language models, generative apps and a cloud infrastructure platform for AI development.
The announcement comes just days after Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang met Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss India's potential in the AI sector.
Meanwhile Nvidia has teamed up with Tata Group to deliver computing infrastructure and platforms for developing artificial intelligence-based solutions.
Nvidia and Tata Group will also work together to build an AI supercomputer powered by the next-generation Nvidia GH200 Grace Hopper superchip. This partnership will also catalyse the AI-led transformation across Tata Group companies ranging from manufacturing to consumer businesses,
Nividia said it would deploy AI across design, styling, engineering, simulation testing and autonomous vehicle capabilities. The company will help Tata Communications build AI infrastructure. TCS will use Nvidia's AI infrastructure and capabilities to build and process generative AI applications as well as upskill its 600,000-plus workforce.