At AWS re:Invent, NVIDIA GPU Acceleration in the Cloud Hits the Jackpot

Experience GPU acceleration in the cloud and on premises for autonomous driving, smart cities and graphics workstations at AWS’s annual enterprise conference in Las Vegas.
by Alexander Tsado

Attendees descending on Las Vegas next week for Amazon Web Services re:Invent 2019 will discover they’ve landed on another winner: NVIDIA is teaming with Autodesk and AWS to offer free, unlimited generative design in Autodesk Fusion 360 through Dec. 31.

It’s the latest in a string of jackpot announcements NVIDIA and AWS have made this year:

In addition, AWS and NVIDIA are helping researchers study “messages” from the universe, with 51,500 NVIDIA GPUs powering the largest cloud simulation in history across AWS, Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure to provide valuable new insights to scientists researching neutrinos.

We also worked with AWS and Arizona State University, which recently hosted its first-ever robotics hackathon. More than 60 undergraduate and graduate students across seven Arizona institutions came together in a statewide competition to use the SparkFun JetBot AI kit, powered by the NVIDIA Jetson Nano, to develop robots that could autonomously navigate a track.

NVIDIA has several speakers giving talks at the show, we’re hosting a networking event on autonomous vehicle innovation on Dec. 4, and there are more sessions and workshops to learn about everything from high performance computing with NVIDIA GPU accelerators to graphics virtualization with NVIDIA Quadro Virtual Workstation.

Visit us in booth 1237 to explore these topics and meet with experts from a broad range of industries, geographies and product lines. You’ll get to experience how our technologies for autonomous driving, smart cities and virtualization work with AWS, on premises and in the cloud.

Get the details you need to hit it big at AWS re:Invent on our website.