Nvidia has been telling the world+dog that its Omniverse Cloud does away with the need for localised computing power while offering high-performance capabilities like 3D workflows. It claims that more than 700 companies and 200,000 people already signed up.
Omniverse Nucleus Cloud is the key component that allows designers to access shared 3D data. From this, users can use Omniverse App Streaming and Omniverse View for creating and reviewing projects, and Omniverse Replicator to generate synthetic data.
Other tools include Omniverse Farm for teams looking to use multiple cloud compute instances; scalable robotics simulation app Nvidia Isaac Sim; and Nvidia Drive Sim for running multisensor simulations for the likes of autonomous vehicle development.
Nvidia tells us that developers can use its cloud to design products without having to manually make anything.
Omniverse Farm, Omniverse Replicator and Nvidia Isaac Sim are already available on for self-service deployment on AWS using Amazon EC2 G5 instances, with A10G Tensor Core GPUs. More broadly, Omniverse Cloud will be available as Nvidia managed services via an application-based early access programme.