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Delta Demonstrated Digital Twin Developed on NVIDIA Omniverse and Its Own Energy-efficient AI Server Power and Infrastructure Solutions at NVIDIA GTC

April 3, 2024

Delta Demonstrated Digital Twin Developed on NVIDIA Omniverse and Its Own Energy-efficient AI Server Power and Infrastructure Solutions at NVIDIA GTC

Delta taps NVIDIA’s cutting-edge solutions to help enable energy efficiency in GPU ecosystems

Delta, a leading global provider of IoT-based Smart Green Solutions, announced its participation in the NVIDIAGTC AI conference to demonstrate its innovative digital twin platform, developed on NVIDIA Omniverse, aimed at enhancing its smart manufacturing capabilities. The showcase also included Delta’s ORV3 AI server infrastructure solution, featuring power supplies with efficiency up to 97.5%, and a broad portfolio of cutting-edge DC/DC converters, power chokes, and 3D Vapor Chambers designed to support GPU operations.

Delta Demonstrated Digital Twin Developed on NVIDIA Omniverse and Its Own Energy-efficient AI Server Power and Infrastructure Solutions at NVIDIA GTC

Mark Ko, Delta’s Vice Chairman, said, “We are honored to be the only power and thermal management solutions provider at NVIDIA GTC 2024, where we showcased the NVIDIA Omniverse-powered digital twin we have developed, which underscores our superior expertise in next-generation electronics manufacturing. We look forward to helping transcend the boundaries of energy efficiency in the AI realm using the latest technologies.”

Rev Lebaredian, NVIDIA’s Vice President of Omniverse and Simulation Technology, said “The new era of AI-powered manufacturing is marked by digital twins and synthetic data, which can enhance efficiency and productivity before actual production begins. By developing its digital platform on NVIDIA Omniverse, Delta can virtually link specific production lines and aggregate data from a diverse range of equipment and systems to create a digital twin of its operations. And with NVIDIA Isaac Sim, it can generate synthetic data to train its computer models to achieve 90% accuracy.”

Delta taps NVIDIA’s cutting-edge solutions to help enable energy efficiency in GPU ecosystems. At NVIDIA GTC, in addition to the NVIDIA Omniverse-based digital twin, which Delta applies to specific production lines, the Company is also presenting an integrated Open Rack Version 3 (ORV3) solution for AI server infrastructure with server power supplies boasting energy efficiency as high as 97.5%. The solution also includes SD-WAN, Common Redundant Power Supply Units (CRPS) with 54Vdc output, ORV3 18kW / 33kW HPR Power Shelves, Battery Backup Unit (BBU), Mini UPS, and a liquid cooling system. A comprehensive portfolio of DC/DC converters, power chokes, and 3D Vapor Chambers, designed to support GPU ecosystems, is also part of the showcase.

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