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Monday, 20 September 2010 18:07

Nvidia to stream GTC

Written by Fuad Abazovic


Jensen will tell us what’s new in Nvidia world
Nvidia will stream a GTC 2010 keynote by CEO Jensen Huang tomorrow and we’re expecting to hear more about the company’s plans and direction it will take in the future.

He will probably talk about the power of High Performance Computing and potential of Nvidia’s Fermi architecture, but we might be surprised with Nvidia’s plans to change the world.

You can find the live stream here. It starts at 9 AM Pacific Standard Time or 18.00 central European time. UK guys can start watching at 17.00.
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