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AMD launches Radeon 5500 series GPUs for desktops & notebooks
MSI, HP, Lenovo and Acer all expected to launch systems with the cards over the next few months.
NVIDIA's fascinating role in artificial intelligence
We look at the hardware companies role in these new technologies.
VMware & NVIDIA bolster GPU services for high-performance computing
NVIDIA and VMware are putting their collective forces behind improving GPU services to power intensive machine learning, data science, and artificial intelligence workflows for VMware Cloud on AWS.
Red Hat and NVIDIA extend alliance to speed up AI
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are the focus for this extended alliance.
NVIDIA makes T4 GPUs available on Google Cloud Platform
T4 GPUs accelerate a variety of cloud workloads, including high performance computing (HPC), machine learning training and inference, data analytics, and graphics.
OVH expands AI capabilities with NVIDIA GPU Cloud
OVH is taking a new step in its collaboration with NVIDIA by becoming a validated platform partner for NVIDIA GPU Cloud (NGC).
Hands-on review: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti FE
The lack of games taking advantage of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti makes reviewing the card rather challenging
AMD unveils ‘world’s first 7nm gaming GPU ‘
The Radeon VII provides 2x memory, 2.1x memory bandwidth, and up to 36% higher performance in content creation applications compared to Radeon RX 64.
NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2060 hails 'next-gen gaming'
Nvidia’s making a bold claim that it’s now the start of next-generation gaming.
Trust us, we’re Nvidia: GeForce RTX 20-series GPU preview
When I caught up with Brian Burke, Nvidia’s gaming tech PR guy, at PAX AUS in Melbourne, I didn’t hold back. I asked him why should Kiwis part with such a huge amount of money for something that, right now, doesn’t do a lot.
The key to machine learning in NAS solutions
With the power supplied by a GPU, any organisation can leverage the power of AI and machine learning.
NVIDIA GPU Cloud adds support for Microsoft Azure
GPU-optimised deep learning and HPC software now available to thousands more data scientists, researchers and developers.
NVIDIA brings cutting edge graphics to gaming market
The RTX’s hybrid graphics are made possible by NIVIDA’s AI and ray-tracing inventions, delivering a 6x performance boost.
NVIDIA releases major leap forward in graphics rendering
At SIGGRAPH today the Turing GPU architecture was announced, NVIDIA’s “most important innovation in computer graphics in more than a decade.”
NVIDIA unveils Quadro RTX, world’s first ray-tracing GPU
Designed for the most demanding visual computing workloads, including film and video, automotive and architecture, and scientific visualisation.
NVIDIA’s GPU supercomputer for the office
The DGX Station is a quiet, compact GPU-powered deep learning supercomputer that is quiet and small enough to sit next to a desk.
NVIDIA introduces HGX-2, fusing HPC and AI computing
The HGX-2 cloud server platform, with multi-precision computing capabilities, supposedly provides unique flexibility.
GTC18 - Data visualisation: where art and science meet
Tomasz Bednarz of the UNSW EPICentre explains how he and his team are advancing data analytics by bringing technology and design under the same roof.
GTC18 - What we can gain from a fully simulated Australia
ChannelLife sat down with Professor John Taylor, a local titan of GPU-powered research, to ask about how GPU tech is going to change this country.
GTC18 - The unrelenting optimism of Jensen Huang
Jensen Huang seems to genuinely want to save the world and thinks that he may just have the answers.
GTC18 - Keynote: the flash, the facts, the future
A roundup of Jensen Huang’s opening keynote at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference 2018, including an incredible remote driving reveal.
GTC18 - NVIDIA ready to go all out on inferencing
NVIDIA’s new products and partnerships are set to bring fast and efficient inferencing to data centers, self-driving cars, Windows apps and more.
GTC18 - NVIDIA cranks up GPU power for deep learning
Three pieces of NVIDIA tech designed to give deep learning researchers more power to pursue their next big dream, including the world's largest GPU.
GTC18 - NVIDIA ‘ray tracing’ solution more than fun and games
The GPU giant is calling this “the biggest advance in computer graphics since the introduction of programmable shaders nearly two decades ago.”