RAVEL Announces Orchestrate GenAI Software and Support for AMD GPU Accelerators

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Seattle – April 4, 2024 – RAVEL Inc (formerly StratusCore) today announced the release of RAVEL Orchestrate GenAI, built to provide IT and DevOps administrators with a single-screen interface for managing the assembly and deployment of complex content creation and generative AI environments across teams and pipelines, whether local or remote.
RAVEL is also working on a new integration with AI applications accelerated by the AMD ROCm open software stack as part of Orchestrate GenAI. The software will be available to demo at NAB in the Supermicro and AMD booths (Booth #SL9105 and #SL9099, respectively).
Today’s hybrid content creation teams require a complex mix of creative tools that now includes processing-hungry generative AI tools such as Stable Diffusion, Adobe Firefly, Amuse, and KoboldCPP. Setting up, deploying, and scaling that software across local and remote teams and hardware, with sufficient security and compute power, can take days. RAVEL Orchestrate GenAI streamlines that deployment with a single-screen interface, automated setup functionality, and bulk installation across fleets of workstations and servers.
RAVEL is also bringing greater flexibility to its generative AI offering by adding support for AMD GPUs. Making its debut at NAB 2024 in Las Vegas at AMD’s booth #SL9099 on a Supermicro Superworkstation powered by AMD, the new integration saves IT professionals valuable time and resources by automatically assembling and deploying a GenAI environment that includes PyTorch, the AMD ROCm open software stack, and AMD-optimized software across AMD GPUs, including AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX, AMD Radeon RX 7800 XT, AMD Radeon PRO 7900W, AMD Instinct MI300A and AMD Instinct MI300X GPUs.
“RAVEL Orchestrate has revolutionized the assembly of software applications, infrastructure, and networking through a single-pane interface, providing unparalleled simplicity and efficiency. As greater numbers of creatives and IP owners look to adopt generative AI and generative design technologies to enhance content quality and ROI, RAVEL Orchestrate GenAI arrives just in time to take care of the heavy lifting. After winning product of the year at NAB in 2023 for our GenAI solution with Supermicro, it’s a natural progression to integrate AMD accelerated workflows to give customers choice in their compute infrastructure,” said RAVEL Co-Founder and CEO, Denise Muyco, a member of the Content Authenticity Initiative.
“AMD-optimized software and Amuse stand at the forefront of generative AI technology, ingeniously leveraging the ONNX (Open Neural Network Exchange) platform. These tools are uniquely engineered to support multiple GPU offerings, providing artists with unprecedented computational power.” said David D’Andrea Co-founder and Chief Architect at RAVEL. “This fusion of technology, along with RAVEL Orchestrate GenAI’s capabilities, empowers creative teams to harness the full potential of AI, allowing them to explore new horizons of creativity and bring their most ambitious visions to life with unparalleled efficiency and flexibility.”
“Today, creative professionals have access to incredible amounts of computing performance and impressive AI tools that allow them to significantly increase their creativity and workflow efficiency,” said Rodrigo Mancilla, Sr. Manager, Product Marketing for Channel Workstation at AMD. “We are committed to delivering full solutions that solve problems and simplify access to technology, and collaborating with disruptive companies that think outside the box. RAVEL is that kind of partner. Their technology makes it easy and fast to deploy images designed for end users’ particular workflows with amazing management capabilities on top of that.”
RAVEL will showcase Orchestrate GenAI at this year’s NAB Show. See live demonstrations in the South Lower Hall at AMD Booth # SL9099 and Supermicro Booth #SL9105 between Monday April 14 and Thursday, April 17.

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