According to Chairperson Nandan Nilekani, the expanded partnership is a part of Infosys’ efforts to become an AI-first business. In yet another bet on India for the American company whose chipsets power ChatGPT, Infosys Ltd. and Nvidia Corp. have increased their partnership to develop generative AI tools for businesses.
According to a filing on the exchange on Wednesday, the expanded agreement unites Nvidia AI Enterprise and Infosys Topaz, an AI suite of services that was launched earlier this year.
This would make it possible for the second-largest IT services provider in India to develop products that clients may quickly adopt in order to incorporate generative AI into their operations. A Nvidia Center of Excellence will be established by Infosys in order to train and certify 50,000 people in Nvidia’s AI technologies.
According to Infosys Chairman Nandan Nilekani, the expanded partnership is a component of the company’s effort to become an AI-first business.
“Infosys Topaz offerings and solutions are complementary to Nvidia’s core stack,” he declared. “We are developing end-to-end, industry-leading AI solutions that will aid enterprises in their journey to become AI first by combining our strengths and training 50,000 of our workforce on Nvidia AI technology.”
Additionally, the businesses plan to develop AI solutions for 5G, cybersecurity, and the energy transition.
The enlarged Infosys relationship follows partnerships between Nvidia and Reliance Industries Ltd. and Tata Group to develop extensive AI infrastructure in India. According to Jensen Huang, chief executive officer of Nvidia, “India will be the largest AI exporter in the future” due to the size of the opportunity.
According to Huang, “Generative AI will drive the next wave of enterprise productivity gains.” “The Nvidia AI Enterprise ecosystem is quickly ramping up to provide the platform for generative AI.”
According to the CEO, Nvidia and Infosys will work together to develop a skilled workforce to assist businesses in using the platform to develop unique apps and solutions.
The benchmark Sensex fell 1.18%, while Infosys’ shares fell 0.07% to settle at Rs 1,490 per share.