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Stream Omniverse Enterprise with Innoactive Portal and NVIDIA CloudXR using your own infrastructure

Good news for NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise on-premises developers: You can now stream your applications to browsers and virtual reality (VR) headsets.

Apps and services developed with NVIDIA Omniverse require a high-end workstation with a powerful NVIDIA GPU, but it can be difficult for enterprises to scale them up across widespread corporate locations and teams, and buying workstations for every single user can be costly and inefficient.

Innoactive Portal allows NVIDIA  Omniverse Enterprise developers to stream their applications in real time to a web browser on a standard office PC. If you use Omniverse XR extensions, you can also stream your application to a VR headset with NVIDIA CloudXR, which is integrated in Innoactive Portal. Users can use any laptop or a standalone VR headset (Meta Quest, HTC Vive XR Elite, Pico 4E or Lenovo VRX) combined with a high-speed internet connection.

Innoactive customers can install the Innoactive Omniverse Extension in order to create a sharing link to an Omniverse Nucleus- hosted USD file. This enables those without a dedicated workstation to access and stream applications and services built with Omniverse Enterprise directly from the Innoactive Portal.

Innoactive Portal can also be self-hosted and allows you to configure both on-prem and cloud rendering resources.

Secure your spot at NVIDIA GTC 2024, a global AI conference running March 18-21 at the San Jose Convention Center, to experience it at our booth in the XR Zone, or reach out to Innoactive.

Fig1: Innoactive Omniverse Extension at work: Generate sharing links and send them to colleagues with normal office PCs or standalone VR headsets.


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