David Kirk, Nvidia Fellow and the company's former chief scientist predicts a near future which includes fully self-driving cars and intelligent networks.
Nvidia has announced the first Asia Pacific deployment of the company's DGX-1 supercomputer at CSIRO in Canberra. It can replace 250 conventional CPU-based servers, writes Ajith Ram.
GTCx Australia held in Melboune provided a brief glimpse of a future which included VR simulations and virtual babies for pioneering medical research, writes Ajith Ram.
Alienware has launched a new lineup of VR-capable laptops designed with new materials. Some of the new features include eye-tracking and enhanced audio.
Nvidia has announced a new system-on-chip for self-driving cars. TomTom and SAP are using the company's hardware for AI.
Nvidia has unveiled new Tesla P4 and P40 GPU accelerators. A single Tesla GPU server can replace 13 CPU-only servers for better AI and deep learning.
GPU manufacturer Nvidia has accused Intel of promoting false benchmark figures about the performance of its Knights Landing Xeon Phi co-processor cards. Nvidia claims that in the latest version of the benchmark, Nvidia's Maxwell-based Tesla card is 30 percent faster. The company also says that a newer version of the Tesla co-processor using the latest Pascal GPU architecture would be 90 percent faster.
World's first laptop to feature eye-tracking Desktop PC with two Nvidia graphics cards
At least twice as fast as current generation GPUs Software for VR devices and multi-monitor PCs
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