India is placing itself in a position to become a significant market for NVIDIA customers. Due to various US laws and regulations, Team Green AI has had difficulty selling its products in the Chinese market. On the other hand, Yotto, an AI company based in India, recently made an enormous purchase totalling more than $500 million for GH200 AI GPUs and other GPUs.
This is a huge opportunity for both businesses; Team Green obtains access to a potentially profitable new market for business expansion while Yotto advances its AI cloud services.
India deals with NVIDIA for AI GPUs
According to Wccftech, Yotto has placed an order for 16,000 NVIDIA H100 and GH200 AI GPUs. March 2025 is the anticipated delivery date for these GPUs. Furthermore, Yotto had already placed an order for 16,000 NVIDIA H100 GPUs, which were supposed to be delivered by July.
Yotto is now considered one of NVIDIA’s “esteemed” clients, with the total anticipated value of these orders expected to exceed $1 billion.
NVIDIA appears to have discovered a possible new market for its AI solutions in the middle of these changes. NVIDIA appears to be shifting its focus towards India in light of the difficulties it is facing in China as a result of negative circumstances and regulations.
With this calculated action, NVIDIA will be in a better position to take advantage of the growing potential in India’s developing tech sector.
Furthermore, the tremendous potential present in the Indian markets has been personally acknowledged by Jensen Huang, CEO of NVIDIA. He believes that shortly, India will grow to become one of the biggest marketplaces in the world.
India: An Emerging Player
India’s IT sector is growing gradually and by 2030, the nation aims to have a $14 billion artificial intelligence market. The government has launched several programs and initiatives to accelerate this expansion. Significant capital has been invested in this emerging business.
Yotto, an Indian AI company, has been actively supporting these efforts. Strategic agreements made by Yotto, like its partnership with NVIDIA, are an example of the joint efforts being made to establish India as a leader in the global AI space.