Microsoft Partners Oracle To Boost AI Offerings, Know More Here

Microsoft Partners Oracle To Boost AI Offerings, Know More Here

To boost the AI offerings of chatbot Bing, Microsoft partnered with Oracle, using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), providing a better search experience for Bing.  

According to an official announcement by Oracle, Microsoft signed a one-year deal with Oracle, aiming to boost AI services and enhance conversational searches of Microsoft’s Chatbot, Bing.

Oracle’s OCI Integrated with Microsoft’s AI Infrastructure will Enhance AI Offering

Karan Batta, senior vice president of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure expressed optimism about this Oracle-Microsoft partnership. He said, Generative AI is a monumental technological leap and Oracle is helping Microsoft and several other businesses to build and run new products. This collaboration will also bring technology closer to other people using Artificial Intelligence (AI) in searches, globally.

On the other hand, Microsoft is confident in this partnership, which will magnify the search experience of Microsoft users. Divya Kumar, global head of marketing for Search & AI at Microsoft, highlighted how this collaboration with Oracle and the use of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure along with our Microsoft Azure AI infrastructure, will not only enhance experience with searches but will also increase speed search results.

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Microsoft’s Upgrade in Explosive AI Space and Competition

Microsoft was among the first to integrate a generative AI chatbot into its search engine with the launch of Bing Chat. However, the market is now filled with several other Chatbots, like ChatGPT and many others, including the recent launch of Elon Musk’s xAI.

To upgrade the game and enhance AI offerings in the competitive AI space, Microsoft’s partnership is said to play a crucial role. Notably, considering the constant growth, Microsoft needs more computing resources to keep up with its position in AI services, and Oracle just happens to have tens of thousands of Nvidia A100s and H100 GPUs available for rent.  

The two cloud providers’ latest collaboration takes advantage of the Oracle Interconnect for Microsoft Azure, which allows services running in Azure to interact with resources in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). 

Interestingly, this is the second time that these two tech giants, Microsoft and Oracle teamed up. Earlier, the firm announced that it would collocate its database systems in Microsoft Azure data centers.

Now, once again, the two rivals backed each other to enhance themselves in the tech-savvy AI-oriented world for users.

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