Nvidia – Fleet Command aims to simplify internet of things (IoT) development and management in enterprises.
Nvidia has launched two new products, namely AI LaunchPad and Fleet Command. The product is designed to cope with the company’s operational workloads with the support of artificial intelligence (AI) technology. AI LaunchPad provides access between hardware and services, powered by Nvidia via a hybrid cloud. Meanwhile, Fleet Command will help deploy and manage AI deployments across multiple locations.
With AI LaunchPad, Nvidia, in collaboration with the company Equinix, will provide a computing ecosystem using a hybrid cloud that supports AI training and inference. So, for example, Equinix users can directly use Nvidia’s AI apps in DGX SuperPODs and Base Command to organize and deploy jobs. Launchpad AI runs through AI-focused cloud computing platforms, such as VMware vSphere and Nvidia’s Bluefield DPU.
Fleet Command, which is currently generally available, allows enterprises to launch AI applications by installing, updating, and managing them from a central location. Through Fleet Command, developers can add or remove applications, update system software, and monitor device health conditions simultaneously through Base Command.
Reporting from VentureBeat (June 23), Fleet Command aims to simplify internet of things (IoT) development and management on enterprise edge devices. That includes Amazon Web Services IoT, Google’s Cloud IoT Edge, Baidu’s OpenEdge, and Microsoft’s Azure Sphere. Fleet Command will drive efficiencies across business sectors, helping to advance AI technology at an unprecedented pace.
Nvidia recently launched TAO, a product designed to help companies select and implement various computing ecosystem models. This TAO includes a feature called Jarvis, a software that has been pre-trained to create conversational experiences.