Topic: nvidia

NVIDIA gives updates on new GPU technologies at GTC conference

NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang took the stage for a keynote at the company’s GTC conference and gave some exciting updates regarding new technologies from the company. He announced the GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs, which are powered by the company’s new Ada Lovelace architecture. Advancements in Ada include a new Streaming Multiprocessor, an RT core … continue reading

NVIDIA announces major release of Omniverse

NVIDIA, the company known for designing and manufacturing GPUs, today announced a new range of developer frameworks, tools, apps, and plugins for its platform for building and connecting Metaverse worlds based on Universal Scene Description (USD), NVIDIA Omniverse.  According to the company, with this expansion, users gain access to new AI-powered tools and features that … continue reading

NVIDIA announces general availability of NVIDIA AI Enterprise 2.1

NVIDIA, an AI-focused company, today announced the general availability of NVIDIA AI Enterprise 2.1, the newest version of the company’s software suite of supported containers, toolkits, and frameworks for AI and data science on VMware vSphere and Red Hat OpenShift.  According to the company, this release is intended to offer advanced data science with the … continue reading

Anticipating the 6G revolution

March was NVIDIA’s GTC (GPU Technology Conference), and it remains my favorite show of the year. This is because NVIDIA does far more than most in imagining what the future world will look like after deploying their latest technology. In a world of events that focus on speeds and feeds, NVIDIA focuses on why I … continue reading

Anticipating disruptions from China and NVIDIA

The personal technology market is overdue for change; two vectors to watch are NVIDIA’s ARM acquisition and the forced cutoff of technology-sharing with China.  Both moves are inherently disruptive in and of themselves tactically, but strategically the implications are far more significant.   Let’s look at each in turn. NVIDIA ARM ARM has primarily lived on … continue reading

SD Times news digest: NVIDIA to acquire DeepMap for autonomous vehicles, Visual Studio Code 1.57, and the FIDO Developer Challenge

NVIDIA announced that it is acquiring DeepMap, a startup that builds HD maps for autonomous vehicles to navigate.  DeepMap’s technology will bolster the mapping and localization capabilities of NVIDIA DRIVE after the acquisition is expected to close in third calendar quarter of 2021.  “The acquisition is an endorsement of DeepMap’s unique vision, technology and people,” … continue reading

NVIDIA unleashes Jarvis conversational AI framework

NVIDIA announced its application framework for building conversational AI services is now available. The new NVIDIA Jarvis framework comes with pre-trained deep learning models and software tools to help developers create conversational AI services that can be easily deployed from the cloud or at the edge. According to the company, it offers automatic speech recognition … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Kong Mesh 1.2, NVIDIA AI Enterprise released, and Gatsby 3.0 released

Kong Mesh 1.2 is being released with three new security capabilities. Kong Mesh is natively integrated with Open Policy Agent (OPA) and has now graduated as a CNCF project.  The latest release includes enhanced security for multi-zone service mesh, native FIPS 140-2 support and day-0 security compliance. Kong Mesh is built on the open source … continue reading

SD Times news digest: NVIDIA to accelerate Apache Spark, Google cloud training and MariaDB SkySQL power tier

NVIDIA announced that it is collaborating with the open-source community to bring end-to-end GPU acceleration to Apache Spark 3.0. In addition, AI model training will be able to be processed on the same Spark cluster, instead of running the workloads as separate processes on separate infrastructure.  “Data analytics is the greatest high performance computing challenge … continue reading

NVIDIA releases GPU-accelerated app framework for conversational AI services

NVIDIA announced a new solution to help organizations create artificially intelligent conversational services at its online GPU Technology Conference (GTC) this week. NVIDIA Jarvis is a GPU-accelerated app framework that leverages video and speech data to build customized, language-based AI services.  “Conversational AI is central to the future of many industries, as applications gain the … continue reading

VMware announces new hybrid cloud offerings at VMworld

VMware is looking to meet the unique needs of traditional and modern applications with the announcement of its new and expanded cloud offerings announced at VMworld in San Francisco this week.  The new offerings are designed to enable customers to migrate and modernize applications across clouds, data centers and edge locations with simplified cloud planning, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: AWS Serverless Application Model for Jenkins, Bitnami’s Stacksmith Public, and AgilePoint partners with UiPath

The Jenkins project has added a new Jenkins plugin to help developers easily read and deploy AWS serverless functions from existing Jenkins pipeline automation processes. The AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM) plugin will increase Jenkins’ support for “as code” configuration, extend users’ ability to adopt modern technology and automate legacy software, and tighten the … continue reading

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