Digi hosts its first Digital Day, dedicated to exploring existing and new digital technologies transforming the lives of many.
Ajith Ram interviews Nvidia's Phillip Miller about IRay and GPU rendering that is revolutionising the film and design industries.
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.
Nvidia has announced a new system-on-chip for self-driving cars. TomTom and SAP are using the company's hardware for AI.
According to market research company Forrester, by 2021, robots will have eliminated six percent of all jobs in the US, starting with customer service representatives and eventually drivers.
Recall of Galaxy Note 7 due to exploding battery limited as many telcos offer it as part of mobile subscription but have yet to offer it to their subscribers.
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 The company also says that a newer version of the Tesla co-processor using the latest Pascal GPU architecture would be 90 percent faster.
We are witnessing a new era in car technology that is likely to kill off many of the incumbent players, but it is not the only industry being disrupted by upstart startups, warn Anwar Jumabhoy & Srikrishna Vadrevu.
Companies can go beyond the perceived limitations of ERP in the same way Tesla has for speed, economics and disruption in the car industry, writes Jack van der Velde of Unit4.