NVIDIA Launches MAXINE, A Cloud-AI Video-Streaming Platform

Maxine is a fully accelerated platform for building and deploying AI-powered features in video conferencing services.

Recently, NVIDIA announced Maxine, which is a fully accelerated platform for you to build and deploy AI-powered features in video conferencing services. It uses state-of-the-art models that run in the cloud.
 
According to NVIDIA, applications based on Maxine can reduce video bandwidth usage down to one-tenth of H.264 using AI video compression.
 
The platform offers capabilities such as super-resolution, noise removal, closed captioning and virtual assistants; as well as includes the latest innovations from NVIDIA research like face alignment, gaze correction, face re-lighting and real time translation. "These capabilities are fully accelerated on NVIDIA GPUs to run in real time video streaming applications in the cloud."
 
 
Source: Nvidia
 
Since, Maxine is cloud-native, you can easily deploy applications as microservices that scale to hundreds of thousands of streams in a Kubernetes environment.