For millions of professionals around the world, 3D workflows are essential.
Everything they build, from cars to products to buildings, must first be designed or simulated in a virtual world. At the same time, more organizations are tackling complex designs while adjusting to a hybrid work environment.
As a result, design teams need a solution that helps them improve remote collaboration while managing 3D production pipelines. And NVIDIA Omniverse is the answer.
NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise, now available, helps professionals across industries transform complex 3D design workflows. The groundbreaking platform lets global teams working across multiple software suites collaborate in real time in a shared virtual space.
Designed for the Present, Built for the Future
With Omniverse Enterprise, professionals gain new capabilities to boost traditional visualization workflows. It’s a newly launched subscription that brings fully supported software to 3D organizations of any scale.
The foundation of Omniverse is Pixar’s Universal Scene Description, an open-source file format that enables users to enhance their design process with real-time interoperability across applications. Additionally, the platform is built on NVIDIA RTX technology, so creators can render faster, do multiple iterations at no opportunity cost, and quickly achieve their final designs with stunning, photorealistic detail.
Ericsson, a leading telecommunications company, is using Omniverse Enterprise to create a digital twin of a 5G radio network to simulate and visualize signal propagation and performance. Within Omniverse, Ericsson has built a true-to-reality city-scale simulation environment, bringing in scenes, models and datasets from Esri CityEngine.
A New Experience for 3D Design
Omniverse Enterprise is available worldwide through global computer makers BOXX Technologies, Dell Technologies, HP, Lenovo and Supermicro. Many companies have already experienced the advanced capabilities of the platform.
Epigraph, a leading provider for companies such as Black & Decker, Yamaha and Wayfair, creates physically accurate 3D assets and product experiences for e-commerce. BOXX Technologies helped Epigraph achieve faster rendering with Omniverse Enterprise and NVIDIA RTX A6000 graphics. The advanced RTX Renderer in Omniverse enabled Epigraph to render images at final-frame quality faster, while significantly reducing the amount of computational resources needed.
Media.Monks is exploring ways to enhance and extend their workflows in a virtual world with Omniverse Enterprise, together with HP. The combination of remote computing and collocated workstations enables the Media.Monks design, creative and solutions teams to accelerate their clients’ digital transformation toward a more decentralized future. In collaboration with NVIDIA and HP, Media.Monks is exploring new approaches and the convergence of collaboration, real-time graphics, and live broadcast for a new era of brand virtualization.
Dell Technologies is presenting at GTC to show how Omniverse is advancing the hybrid workforce with Dell Precision workstations, Dell EMC PowerEdge servers and Dell Technologies Validated Designs. The interactive panel discussion will dive into why users need Omniverse today, and how Dell is helping more professionals adopt this solution, from the desktop to the data center.
And Lenovo is showcasing how advanced technologies like Omniverse are making remote collaboration seamless. Whether it’s connecting to a powerful mobile workstation on the go, a physical workstation back in the office, or a virtual workstation in the data center, Lenovo, TGX and NVIDIA are providing remote workers with the same experience they get at the office.
These systems manufacturers have also enabled other Omniverse Enterprise customers such as Kohn Pedersen Fox, Woods Bagot and WPP to improve their efficiency and productivity with real-time collaboration.
Experience Virtual Worlds With NVIDIA Omniverse
The platform is optimized and certified to run on NVIDIA RTX professional mobile workstations and NVIDIA-Certified Systems, including desktops and servers on the NVIDIA EGX platform.
With Omniverse Enterprise, creative and design teams can connect their Autodesk 3ds Max, Maya and Revit, Epic Games’ Unreal Engine, McNeel & Associates Rhino, Grasshopper and Trimble SketchUp workflows through live-edit collaboration. Learn more about NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise and our 30-day evaluation program. For individual artists, there’s also a free beta version of the platform available for download.
Watch NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang’s GTC keynote address below:
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