NVIDIA offers Medical Computing Platform with Artificial Intelligence

NVIDIA has made it official that it is offering an AI computing medical platform that will help medical device hardware process information swiftly. Like image processing, genomics, and the development and deployment of smart sensors.

NVIDIA Clara Holoscan MGX platform is the name and it will from now on provide medical grade reference architecture and long-term support to all AI powered medical devices.

A set of pre-trained data modules along with the support of scalable micro services framework will assist healthcare service providers to get AI driven solutions in a secured way.

Faster processing and advanced visualization is said to assist doctors and medical practitioners in providing better treatments to patients suffering from serious ailments such as cancer and other chronic diseases.

NVIDIA’s Clara AI platform will also help offer excellent support to medical device manufacturers that are offering AI driven products and solutions. As they will receive a 10-year long-term software support and a design visionary on hardware architecture that will also benefit end users.

Thence, this innovation driven futuristic solution will also have the potential to assist in high-tough applications such as surgeries by automated robots.

Meanwhile, the American technology company has confirmed that it is going to use Intel’s Xeon Scalable Processor, known as Sapphire Rapids to go inside flagship Hoper Architecture tucked H100 GPU’s that will be pre-loaded with software and will be optimized in such a way that they will provide fastest AI performance in large super-computing networks such as data centers.


Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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