Nvidia at Computex on May 23: ready to see the new GPUs?

NVIDIA announced that Monday May 22 at 8 pm PDT (5:00 AM on Tuesday 23 May in Italy) will hold his keynote to the Computex 2022event to be held in Taipei from 23 to 27 May this year. According to the press release released by the company, during the keynote we will talk about how artificial intelligence is powering corporate data centers and the latest products and technologies for gamers and content creators: it is therefore extremely likely that we will see the new ones debut . RTX 4000 Ada Lovelace GPU, both eagerly awaited and talked about in recent weeks.

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During the presentation, which will last about an hour, six presenters will alternate:

  • Ian BuckVice President of Accelerated Computing
  • Brian KelleherSenior Vice President, Hardware Engineering
  • Ying Yin ShihDirector of Product Management, Accelerated Computing
  • Michael KaganChief Technology Officer
  • Deepu TallaVice President of Embedded and Edge Computing
  • Jeff FisherSenior Vice President of GeForce
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These are undoubtedly personalities of a certain depth, which will certainly allow the public to discover all the news concerning AI and accelerated content creation, in particular howd computing, data centers and robotics have made progress. giant thanks to Artificial Intelligence. The keynote will also be followed by a presentation by NVIDIA Omniverse and its use for the creation of virtual worlds.

NVIDIA’s main competitor, AMDwill hold a keynote entitled “Advancing the High-Performance Computing Experience”At Computex 2022 on May 23, which will be attended by the CEO Lisa Su.

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Finally, after years of community requests, NVIDIA recently released open source drivers, distributed under a dual GPL/MIT license, for its graphics cards. While the source code is currently complete and stable for Ampere and Turing workstation GPUs, this is an important step forward for the Linux world. Find more details in our previous dedicated article.

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