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CoreWeave Cloud Now Supports NVIDIA CloudXR

CoreWeave Cloud Now Supports NVIDIA CloudXR

March 28, 2022 -- Today, CoreWeave Cloud announced that it now offers NVIDIA CloudXR. CloudXR is NVIDIA's solution for streaming virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR) content from any OpenVR XR application on a remote server—cloud, data center, or edge. 

CoreWeave's unique infrastructure is built from the ground up to support compute-intensive use cases that are up to 35x faster and 80% less expensive than what has become the industry norm. We also offer the largest inventory of NVIDIA A40 GPUs in North America. The NVIDIA A40 is the world’s most powerful data center GPU for visual computing, giving VFX studios, data scientists, and engineering teams the ability to render, process, and analyze faster than ever.

“Using NVIDIA CloudXR, more enterprises and end users around the world can use cloud-based streaming to easily set up and scale high-quality XR experiences,” said Greg Jones, Director of Global Business Development for XR at NVIDIA. “CoreWeave has continued to add value to customers with a wide range of GPU compute solutions, and with today’s announcement, clients can now leverage the most powerful data center GPU for visual computing from the CoreWeave Cloud for CloudXR.”

With CloudXR and NVIDIA RTX Virtual Workstation, we're thrilled to provide best-in-class immersive experiences and streaming capabilities to our customers. Getting started is easy - simply follow the steps below. 

How to Deploy NVIDIA CloudXR on CoreWeave Cloud

  1. Request an account to sign up for CoreWeave Cloud.
  2. Spin up a virtual server with an NVIDIA A40 GPU through CoreWeave Apps Web UI.
  3. Schedule a kick-off call with a CoreWeave Solutions Engineer to launch your first CloudXR project.

Learn more about our collaboration with NVIDIA, or fill out the form below to see how CoreWeave can accelerate your businesses' computing needs.

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