by SignalFactory · November 22, 2021 | 12:45:09 UTC
Top-notch performance across Datacenter, Gaming and Professional Visualization serves as the backdrop to the company’s more than doubling in share gains this year, perhaps the most interesting story is one that is out of this universe — Nvidia’s growing influence and opportunity to be the technology behind the metaverse.
The awakening to a blended future where our physical and digital worlds collide has been teased over decades of mostly hyped-up virtual reality — bulky headsets, user-unfriendly software. It’s frankly a bit jarring.
The recent name change by Facebook to Meta and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s $10 billion (minimum) commitment to building the metaverse has brought the topic back to the mainstream. And the vision for Meta, while provocative in its demonstration, was just a cool graphics rendering of an idea.
Meanwhile, Nvidia has been at the center of building our blended future through engaging a massive developer ecosystem and addressing practical use cases for collaboration, digital twins, and a platform for developing life-like avatars that can exist in a digital world.
Evolution of Omniverse: The first of two significant announcements was a Replicator service that will allow developers to seamlessly intertwine real-world and fully synthetic data — enabling developers to fully simulate physically accurate 3D worlds, which will be important for developing the future of autonomous vehicles, robotics and rendering the most compelling life-like graphics on the silver screen.
The other announcement that grabbed headlines was Omniverse Avatar, which is the company’s platform for generating interactive AI Avatars. This platform will tie together several cores of Nvidia SDKs including AI, Speech, computer vision, NLP, simulation, and recommendation engines.
The immediate applications for Omniverse Avatar include collaboration, customer service, and content creation. At GTC, the company was able to highlight the advancements of Omniverse Avatar by showing how an Avatar would be able to interact intelligently with a customer seeking to order food at a restaurant.
The technology further enables collaboration by removing barriers to interaction, including language and environment. The collaboration capabilities were demonstrated by how interaction in two locations, with noisy backgrounds and different languages, could be seamlessly turned into a quiet, fully legible conversation.
How Nvidia will make money with Omniverse? The question that takes the Omniverse out of simulation and back to reality for investors is whether this is a moneymaker that can propel Nvidia’s growth prospects forward. The answer is an emphatic yes. And unlike Meta’s bold undertones of “we have no clear route to monetization,” Omniverse has a more immediate path to revenue.
Licensing – Nvidia can monetize the 40 million creatives and designers, which is the number of Omniverse designers using the platform today. Huang used $1,000 per year per user.
The 40 million creates and designers would be augmented by intelligent bots such as vehicles. If there are 100 million vehicles with a digital twin-like avatar, those could also have a per-year, per-vehicle licensing arrangement.
Customer service bots, which will require millions of intelligent bots to deliver smart retail and warehouse interactions, also share this licensing potential. Take hundreds of millions of intelligent bots and beings, and multiply by a licensing fee, and the business model becomes anywhere from interesting to game-changing for Nvidia.
Perhaps even more encouraging is that the Omniverse will serve as a catalyst of growth across the entire portfolio for Nvidia. Because to build the metaverse, you need to tie together a series of fundamental technologies powered by immense compute resources.
All of which Nvidia offers, whether it be GPUs on PCs, in the Cloud, or on dedicated Omniverse servers. In short, to build the Omniverse, computer graphics, simulation, and AI have to combine to create these multi-dimensional universes.
NVIDIA Long (Buy) Enter At: 339.25 T.P_1: 350.36 T.P_2: 359.09 T.P_3: 368.84 T.P_4: 381.58 T.P_5: 400 S.L: 323.49
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