- News tagged "nvidia"
Friday, 22 Feb 2013
The NVIDIA Tegra 4 will empower ZTE devices to provide ultra-fast web browsing, improved app load times, and more realistic gaming experiences - all without compromising on battery life - made possible by the processor's 72 custom NVIDIA GeForce core and quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 CPU.
Thursday, 21 Feb 2013
The new NVIDIA building aims to capture ambitions and imaginations, and will be the symbol of the vision of the company.
Wednesday, 20 Feb 2013
NVIDIA has officially announced its Chimera Computational Photography Architecture. First seen at CES 2013, Chimera's computational photography engine offers leverage to the compute prowess of the Tegra 4 chips in order to perform faster post-processing tasks on captured images.
NVIDIA has announced its Tegra 4i mobile processor. Besides featuring an integrated 4G LTE modem, this system-on-chip (SoC) sports a 2.3GHz quad-core R4 Cortex-A9 CPU, a graphics engine with sixty custom NVIDIA GPU cores and a low-power battery saver core.
The Bolt Titan Edition employs the world's fastest graphics card, the NVIDIA GTX Titan, which utilizes the same technology that powers Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Titan, the world's fastest supercomputer.
Monday, 28 Jan 2013
NVIDIA has announced that it has chosen NTU (Nanyang Technological University) as the first Southeast Asia CUDA Teaching Center (CTC).
Thursday, 24 Jan 2013
NVIDIA is rumored to be launching a GK110-based graphics card called GeForce Titan. This new card will be named Titan and is positioned squarely between incumbent high-end consumer graphics cards based on the GeForce GTX 680 and the dual-GPU GeForce GTX 690.
Friday, 18 Jan 2013
At an event being held at Funan, we spotted the Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 on sale in addition to another slew of notebooks featuring NVIDIA GeForce GPUs.
Friday, 11 Jan 2013
ST-Ericsson (STE) unveiled its latest quad-core processor, the NovaThor L8580. It can be clocked up to 2.5GHz and consumes 50% less power than its competitors.
Monday, 7 Jan 2013
NVIDIA has just announced details of its GRID platform that enables the graphical prowess of the Kepler GPU to be harnessed by cloud technology and delivered to remote locations without the need for high-end discrete graphics solutions.