At the Computex 2017 expo, NVIDIA just announced Max-Q gaming notebook design language. Named after the eponymous element in NASA's space rocket design, promising that gaming notebooks will be thinner and more powerful than before. We mean it.
At GTC 2017, when NVIDIA debuted the crazy fast Volta-based Tesla V100 compute unit that can churn out 120 Tensor TFLOPS, they made sure to reserve the first batch for their DGX-1 supercomputers for a powerful boost.
NVIDIA debuts Volta architecture and unveils the Tesla V100 to usher in the era of AI. It is the first data center GPU focused on accelerating AI with 120 TFLOPs deep learning performance - 12x higher than its Pascal predecessor!
Robots evolving robots? NVIDIA's Isaac is a robot simulator that fast tracks training machines to handle real-world situations in a virtual environment, before they are deployed into the physical world. Intrigued? Hit the jump to find out more!