NVIDIA awakened the world to the power of computer graphics when it invented the graphics processing unit (GPU) in 1999. Since then, it has consistently set new standards in visual computing with breathtaking, interactive graphics available on devices ranging from smart phones and tablets to notebooks and workstations. NVIDIA’s expertise in programmable GPUs has led to breakthroughs in parallel processing which make supercomputing inexpensive and widely accessible. The company holds more than 1,100 U.S. patents, including ones covering designs and insights fundamental to modern computing.
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The Buck Starts Here: NVIDIA’s Ian Buck on What’s Next for the AI Revolution

By NVIDIA | October 17, 2019

AI is still young, but software is available to help even relatively unsophisticated users harness it. That’s according to Ian Buck, general manager of NVIDIA’s accelerated computing group, who shared his views in our latest AI Podcast. Buck, who helped

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Seasons of Learning: 700+ Interns Take NVIDIA by Storm

By NVIDIA | September 18, 2019

There are no coffee runs in sight for NVIDIA interns. Unless it involves building vehicles to make those runs autonomously. This year, more than 700 interns have joined NVIDIA across 30 global locations, most during the summer. Representing 120 schools and

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How AI Is Helping Care for an Aging Population

By NVIDIA | August 28, 2019

Forty percent of nursing home residents fall at least once a year, with one in five of these spills resulting in fractures or hospital stays. Falling isn’t the only risk for eldercare residents. Those who are non- or partially mobile

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Nvidia, VMWare release cloud software to court business customers

By NVIDIA | August 26, 2019

(Reuters) – Chip supplier Nvidia Corp on Monday said it was teaming up with VMWare Inc and Amazon.com Inc’s cloud division to court large businesses looking to host artificial intelligence programs in Amazon’s cloud. Nvidia got its start with chips

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NVIDIA Builds Supercomputer to Develop Self-Driving Cars

By NVIDIA | June 17, 2019

In a clear demonstration of why AI leadership demands the best compute capabilities, NVIDIA today unveiled the world’s 22nd fastest supercomputer — DGX SuperPOD — which provides AI infrastructure that meets the massive demands of the company’s autonomous-vehicle deployment program.

Generative by Design: How NVIDIA Quadro Is Transforming the Design Process for Engineers

By NVIDIA | June 10, 2019

Design professionals will soon be able to create better products faster than ever, thanks to advances in AI-driven generative design and real-time engineering simulation. Generative design software allows engineers to improve their product designs by generating multiple alternatives while maintaining

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NVIDIA Launches Edge Computing Platform to Bring Real-Time AI to Global Industries

By NVIDIA | May 27, 2019

Leading Computer Makers Adopt NVIDIA EGX Platform, Offering GPU Edge Servers for Instant AI on Real-Time Streaming Data in Telecom, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Retail, Transportation Computex — NVIDIA today announced NVIDIA EGX, an accelerated computing platform that enables companies to perform low-latency AI at

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NVIDIA Delivers More Than 6,000x Speedup on Key Algorithm for Hedge Funds

By NVIDIA | May 13, 2019

NVIDIA’s AI platform is delivering more than 6,000x acceleration for running an algorithm that the hedge fund industry uses to benchmark backtesting of trading strategies. This enormous GPU-accelerated speedup has big implications across the financial services industry. Hedge funds —

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NVIDIA and Red Hat Team to Accelerate Enterprise AI

By NVIDIA | May 9, 2019

For enterprises looking to get their GPU-accelerated AI and data science projects up and running more quickly, life just got easier. At Red Hat Summit today, NVIDIA and Red Hat introduced the combination of NVIDIA’s GPU-accelerated computing platform and the

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How Do Self-Driving Cars Make Decisions?

By NVIDIA | May 8, 2019

Self-driving cars see the world using sensors. But how do they make sense of all that data? The key is perception, the industry’s term for the ability, while driving, to process and identify road data — from street signs to

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Succeeding by Predicting Failure: AI Startup Using Factory-Based Sensors to Avert Shutdowns

By NVIDIA | May 2, 2019

In a world reliant on the power of machines, breakdowns can be problematic, sometimes catastrophic. A system failure at an auto manufacturer can cost up to $1.3 million an hour. An offshore oil platform going offline can waste around $3.5

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Lights, Camera, AI: Cambridge Consultants Puts Deep Learning in Director’s Chair

By NVIDIA | May 1, 2019

AI is commonly associated with data. Less known is its artistic side — composing music scores, transforming doodles into photorealistic masterpieces, and dancing the night away. Cambridge Consultants knows it well, having already demonstrated AI’s artistic prowess with Vincent AI,