NVIDIA also introduced fully real-time scientific and industrial digital twins for the high-performance computing community, enabled by NVIDIA OVX™, a computing system designed to power large-scale Omniverse digital twins, and Omniverse Cloud, software and infrastructure as a service offering.
Omniverse now supports batch workloads that AI and HPC researchers, scientists, and engineers can run on their existing A100 or H100 systems, including rendering video and images or generating synthetic 3D data.
To foster more seamless collaborative workflows for the HPC community, NVIDIA also unveiled connections to popular scientific computing tools such as Kitware’s ParaView, a visualization application; NVIDIA IndeX® for volumetric rendering; NVIDIA Modulus for the development of physical-ML models; and NeuralVDB for large-scale sparse volumetric data representation.
“Today’s scientific computing workflows are extremely complex, involving huge data sets that are difficult to move and large, global teams using their own specialized tools,” said
Using Omniverse and hybrid cloud workloads, scientific computing customers can connect legacy simulation and visualization pipelines to achieve true distributed, fully interactive, real-time interaction with their models and datasets. NVIDIA customers such as
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“Securing clean energy is a critical goal for scientists and research engineers – as well as a major goal for government organizations,” said
Aligning with NVIDIA’s Earth-2 initiative to accelerate climate research, aerospace leader Lockheed Martin recently began using NVIDIA Omniverse to deliver the
“At Lockheed Martin, we regularly use digital twins and artificial intelligence to provide our government customers with the clearest current situational picture and actionable intelligence for their important missions,” said
These new features are now supported in NVIDIA Omniverse, available for developers and enterprises. To learn more about Omniverse, look at the special address SC22.
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Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory uses NVIDIA Omniverse to model fusion devices and control systems
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory uses NVIDIA Omniverse to connect and accelerate state-of-the-art real-time synthetic HPC simulators to model fusion devices and control systems.
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