Amid the current chip shortage, Gartner has reported that the worldwide semiconductor revenue rose 10.4 percent to US$466.2 billion in 2020. Intel retained its pole position by revenue in 2020, followed by Samsung Electronics, SK […]
This is usually around the time of the year when thousands will gather in San Jose for the annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC). With the pandemic still in the air, this year’s event will be […]
NVIDIA has achieved a breakthrough in training AI with a limited dataset. Its latest generative adversarial network (GAN) can learn complex skills such as emulating renowned painters with as little as 1,500 images. Researchers at […]
NVIDIA and a consortium of Thai universities have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on driving research and accelerating scientific breakthroughs in artificial intelligence (AI) and high performance computing (HPC). The partnership will help spur […]
NVIDIA has inserted the GeForce RTX 2060 Ti to its product line, making it the lowest cost RTX 30 series GPU so far. At US$399, it is the kid brother of the GeForce RTX 3080 […]
Fortnite is set for a return to iOS, thanks to NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW game streaming service. NVIDIA and Epic Games, the maker of Fortnite, are working on bringing the game back to the iOS platform […]
NVIDIA has unveiled new products that aim to power AI and scientific breakthroughts at Supercomputing 2020 (SC20) conference. The new offerings are the NVIDIA A100 80GB GPU, NVIDIA DGX Station A100 and NVIDIA DGX A100 […]
Eight out of the top 10 supercomputers in the world are powered by NVIDIA technology. In fact, the GPU giant is at the heart of nearly 70 percent of the world’s top 500 fastest supercomputers, […]
AMD is reportedly in advanced discussions to acquire Xilinx for US$30 billion, according to Bloomberg. And it seems that the deal could be sealed as early as next week. If it comes to pass, the […]
With the pandemic forcing many to work from home and most forms of entertainment resticted, gaming has grown in popularity, creating a boom for gaming PCs and peripherals.
NVIDIA Founder Jensen Huang and VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger at VMworld 2020.
VMware and NVIDIA are teaming up to transform the enterprise data centre architecture and turn it into an end-to-end AI platform.
After weeks of speculation, it’s now official. NVIDIA will acquire Arm from SoftBank Group Corp (SBG) for US$40 billion.
It seems like SoftBank is on the brink of selling Arm to NVIDIA. The deal is reported to be worth more than US$40 billion, representing more than 25 percent gain for SoftBank, which bought Arm for US$32 billion in 2016.
Mercedes-Benz’s top-of-the-line S-Class has added another feather to its host of luxurious features — artificial intelligence (AI) in its cockpit system.
NVIDIA’s new GPU is out. But it’s not the long-awaited next gen Ampere-based card. Instead, the GeForce MX450 is a new addition to the laptop line-up.
NVIDIA will be hosting another GPU Technology Conference this year — from October 5 to 9, 2020. Like the first, which moved from March to May because of the pandemic, this second run will be a digital version and feature a recorded keynote address by NVIDIA CEO and Founder Jensen Huang.
In a terse three-paragraph press release, NVIDIA has announced a GeForce Special Event featuring an address by Jensen Huang (above), its Founder and CEO, on September 2 at 12am (Singapore time).
NVIDIA is reported to have sounded out SoftBank on acquiring a stake in British chipmaker Arm. If this pans out, it could be one of the biggest chip deal in the industry.
The Fugaku supercomputer jointly developed by RIKEN and Fujitsu has been crowed the world’s fastest supercomputer in the Top500 list. This follows its achievement as the world’s most efficient supercomputer on the Green500 list in November 2019.
Hot on the heels of its Mellanox purchase, NVIDIA has boosted its networking software capabilities following its acquisition of Cumulus Networks.
Ten days after it received approval from China’s State Administration for Market Regulation, NVIDIA has completed its US$7 billion acquisition of Mellanox Technologies.
Huang to make announcements in keynote address.If things had gone as originally planned, NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) would have been done and dusted by now. But the coronavirus has forced the conference to go digital with NVIDIA Founder and Chief Executive Officer Jensen Huang set to deliver his keynote address on May 14, 9pm (Singapore time).
If there’s a phrase to describe artificial intelligence (AI) startup Vuno, it has to be “It thinks BIG”. While most startups aim to use technology to tackle one medical condition, the Korea company decided to cast its net wide by using NVIDIA GPU-powered AI products to address diagnoses of different diseases.
What could have been a dampener may just turn out to be a better offering for participants who have registered for this year’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC). Yes, they won’t get to go to San Jose. Yes, they will miss the face-to-face meetings. But, NVIDIA has put great thoughts into making GTC Digital, the online version, just as engaging and informative. Plus, NVIDIA has refunded all participants so they can attend most of the conference for free.
Researchers working on sequencing the novel coronavirus and the genomes of people afflicted with COVID-19 now have a helping hand — NVIDIA is offering a free 90-day licence to Parabricks, which uses GPUs to accelerate by as much as 50 times the analysis of sequence data.
Huang: This is a time to focus on our family, our friends, our community.NVIDIA will not be making any product or news announcements next week, according to a NVIDIA blogpost.
It’s been a month of event cancellations due to COVID-19. NVIDIA has pulled the plug on the annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC) in San Jose and taking the show online. Just how much of the event will be held online is yet to be known but the definite go ahead is the keynote address by NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang.
The list is growing. Amazon has joined Ericsson, LG and NVIDIA in pulling out from MWC Barcelona. Held from February 24 to 27, the leading mobile event is expected to see fewer participants this year because of the novel coronavirus situation.