Shares of IT major Infosys were tanking on Thursday despite inking a major deal with global chipmaker NVIDIA.
What Happened: Infosys partnered with the U.S. chipmaker on Wednesday to bring generative AI applications and solutions to enterprises. The collaboration aims to integrate NVIDIA’s AI Enterprise ecosystem, comprising models, tools, and GPU systems, into Infosys Topaz.
Topaz is a suite of AI-focused services and platforms developed by Infosys. This integration will enable Infosys to offer its clients seamless generative AI integration into their business operations.
Infosys also plans to establish an NVIDIA Centre of Excellence to provide training in AI technology to its 50,000 employees, enhancing its generative AI expertise.
Nandan Nilekani, co-founder and chairman of Infosys, highlighted the company’s transformation into an AI-first organization and the growing demand for complex AI use cases among clients.
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Why It Matters: The partnership extends to digitalization applications, focusing on solutions in 3D workflows, digital twin technologies and world simulation. Infosys and NVIDIA are also collaborating on AI-powered solutions in areas such as 5G technologies, cybersecurity, and energy transition.
This partnership follows NVIDIA’s recent alliance with the Tata Group and Reliance to accelerate AI-led transformation in various sectors.
Infosys and NVIDIA are also jointly working on an AI supercomputer powered by a next-generation super chip.
Infosys is also one of the companies that may be affected by rising diplomatic tensions between India and Canada.
Price Action: Infosys’ share price was down 0.46% to ₹1,483.35 at open on Thursday.
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