VMware on Tuesday said it has developed a new set of software tools in partnership with Nvidia aimed at businesses which want to develop generative artificial intelligence in their own data centers rather than the cloud. From a report: VMware, which is close to being acquired by chip firm Broadcom in a $69 billion deal, makes software that corporations use to run their privately owned data centers. For more than two decades, VMware’s tools have been used by businesses to divvy up the computing power in central processor chips, which are the brains of traditional servers. On Tuesday, the company released a new set of tools help designed to manage Nvidia chips, which dominate the market for AI systems that can read and write text in human-like ways.
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