Nvidia announces DGX Station with four Volta V100s
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A watercooled desktop workstation equivalent to 400 CPUs

On Wednesday, Nvidia took the wraps off an interesting AI research product that packs the horsepower of a traditional server rack within the economical confines of a traditional desktop PC chassis.

Nvidia creates AI supercomputer with Volta-based DGX-1
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Eight Tesla V100 accelerators equivalent to 800 desktop CPUs

Nvidia had quite a few announcements packed into a single GTC keynote this year, but among the more performance-oriented of them includes a refreshed DGX-1 supercomputer powered by eight Volta-based Tesla V100 GPUs.

Toyota goes into top gear with Nvidia Drive PX
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For autonomous vehicles

Nvidia CEO has just announced that Toyota picked Drive PX.

Nvidia announces Project Holodeck social VR
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Goal is to provide most consistent, believable physics on market


During the annual GTC keynote on Wednesday, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announced a new project called the Holodeck, an upcoming social VR experience that will allow multiple users to interact in a single digital space.

Nvidia keynote announcement wraps things up
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Coming to enhance your computing experience in 2017

Nvidia delivers its Q1 FY 2018 financials
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Jen-Hsun not worried about AMD Vega

Nvidia has announced its financial report for the first quarter of 2018 fiscal year, reporting revenue of US $1.94 billion, which is a 48 percent increase, as well as an increase in both operating and net income.

Nvidia draws cancer researchers with donation
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Pre-registration now open, contest begins in summer

Yesterday the Nvidia Foundation said that it will hand out $25,000 to the cancer-fighting research team that produces the best work in a contest on proteogenomics – the combination study of proteins and genomics.

Nvidia to train 100,000 developers on deep learning AI
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Courses in healthcare, robotics, self-driving cars, financial services and more

During Nvidia’s annual GPU Technology Conference this week in San Jose, California, company officials mentioned that efforts are currently underway to train over 100,000 developers in machine learning and artificial intelligence through its Deep Learning Institute.

GTC 2017 opens to excited attendees
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GTC 2017 starts off strong

Since 2009, NVIDIA continues to showcase bleeding edge technology to developers.

Nvidia rolls out Geforce 382.05 WHQL driver
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One to have for new games

Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 382.05 WHQL Game Ready driver, which brings optimizations for a couple of new games, including Prey, as well as fixing some multi-GPU and general issues which have been seen in earlier driver releases.