Nvidia announces new Tesla M40 and M4 GPUs

Rubric: NVIDIA | 11 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Nvidia announces new Tesla M40 and M4 GPUs

Extreme Density, Energy and Cooling Optimized 1U 4x GPU, 4U 8x GPU and 7U 20x GPU Blade Offer up to 28 Teraflops of Single Precision Performance per U, Dramatically Reducing Time to Train Deep Neural Networks. SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Super Micro Computer, Inc. NVIDIA HAS ANNOUNCED an end-to-end hyperscale data centre platform that it says will let web services companies accelerate their machine learning workloads and power advanced artificial intelligence (AI) applications.Chipmaker Nvidia today announced two new flavors of Tesla graphics processing units (GPUs) targeted at artificial intelligence and other complex types of computing.Nvidia announced it will launch ...

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Tiny NVIDIA Supercomputer to Bring Artificial Intelligence to New Generation …

Rubric: NVIDIA | 11 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Tiny NVIDIA Supercomputer to Bring Artificial Intelligence to New Generation …

Kespry and NVIDIA Demonstrate Deep Learning for Commercial Autonomous Drones. Kespry, a commercial drone system company, today demonstrated a prototype drone that uses NVIDIA artificial intelligence technology to recognize objects. NVIDIA may be a graphics powerhouse when it comes to add-in boards for desktops and integrated graphics for notebooks, but the company isn’t putting all of its eggs into one basket. The state-of-the-art Kespry prototype uses an NVIDIA Jetson TX1 module for deep learning, which offers complex algorithms to make autonomous devices more intelligent. It also tiptoes into supercomputing efforts, automotive technology (the company’s Tegra X1 powers the 2016 Audi TT’s ...

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Nvidia looks toward AI-powered future with Jetson TX1 debut

Rubric: NVIDIA | 11 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Nvidia looks toward AI-powered future with Jetson TX1 debut

Kespry and NVIDIA Demonstrate Deep Learning for Commercial Autonomous Drones. Kespry, a commercial drone system company, today demonstrated a prototype drone that uses NVIDIA artificial intelligence technology to recognize objects.NVIDIA may be a graphics powerhouse when it comes to add-in boards for desktops and integrated graphics for notebooks, but the company isn’t putting all of its eggs into one basket. The state-of-the-art Kespry prototype uses an NVIDIA Jetson TX1 module for deep learning, which offers complex algorithms to make autonomous devices more intelligent. It also tiptoes into supercomputing efforts, automotive technology (the company’s Tegra X1 powers the 2016 Audi TT’s ...

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Tiny NVIDIA Supercomputer to Bring Artificial Intelligence to New Generation …

Rubric: NVIDIA | 11 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Tiny NVIDIA Supercomputer to Bring Artificial Intelligence to New Generation …

Kespry and NVIDIA Demonstrate Deep Learning for Commercial Autonomous Drones. NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) today unveiled a credit-card sized module that harnesses the power of machine learning to enable a new generation of smart, autonomous machines that can learn. Kespry, a commercial drone system company, today demonstrated a prototype drone that uses NVIDIA artificial intelligence technology to recognize objects. NVIDIA may be a graphics powerhouse when it comes to add-in boards for desktops and integrated graphics for notebooks, but the company isn’t putting all of its eggs into one basket. The NVIDIA® Jetson™ TX1 module addresses the challenge of creating a new wave of millions of smart ...

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NVIDIA Launches New GPUs For Deep Learning Applications, Partners With Mesosphere

Rubric: NVIDIA | 10 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
NVIDIA Launches New GPUs For Deep Learning Applications, Partners With Mesosphere

Cirrascale to Offer NVIDIA Tesla M40 GPU Accelerators Throughout Rackmount and Blade Server Product Lines. NVIDIA HAS ANNOUNCED an end-to-end hyperscale data centre platform that it says will let web services companies accelerate their machine learning workloads and power advanced artificial intelligence (AI) applications. Chipmaker Nvidia today announced two new flavors of Tesla graphics processing units (GPUs) targeted at artificial intelligence and other complex types of computing.Nvidia is paving the way for a technology, driven by deep leaning techniques that could take the search capabilities of today’s systems to a whole new level.Over the span of just a few years, machine- and deep-learning ...

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Nvidia’s Tegra K1 designed into DJI drone embedded computer

Rubric: NVIDIA | 3 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Nvidia’s Tegra K1 designed into DJI drone embedded computer

DJI Launches Most Powerful Computer Designed for Drones. SHENZHEN, China and LONDON, Nov. 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — DJI, the world leader in creative aerial technology, today announced the launch of the DJI Manifold, a high-performance embedded computer designed specifically to fly. Utilizing DJI’s Onboard SDK (Software Development Kit), the Manifold is a user-friendly system enabling developers to create more powerful professional applications for use with aerial technology. “With the Manifold, we are entering a new era of smarter, faster and more powerful aerial platforms. The $3,300 Matrice 100 is essentially DJI’s flying developer platform, with the ability to carry hardware like the ...

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Microsoft’s entry-level Surface Book quietly gets a discrete Nvidia graphics …

Rubric: NVIDIA | 21 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Microsoft’s entry-level Surface Book quietly gets a discrete Nvidia graphics …

Microsoft Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 Review: New Hope for Windows Hardware. A few days after a $3,200 Surface Book with a 1TB hard drive and discrete Nvidia GPU (dGPU) appeared on the Microsoft Store, the company is adding another new dGPU-packing Surface, this time on the low end. Yet I expect lots of folks to drool over the beautiful and fast new Microsoft Surface Book, the company’s powerhouse of a notebook that aims to give Apple’s MacBook Pro a run for its money. Lenovo made a whole line of products called Yoga, which are not to be confused with the Asus Taichi lineup. (No one made the “Ommmm,” which seems like a missed opportunity.) Just about every device anyone made somehow ...

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ITC: Samsung Did Not Infringe on Nvidia Patents

Rubric: NVIDIA | 12 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
ITC: Samsung Did Not Infringe on Nvidia Patents

ITC judge rules Samsung, Qualcomm didn’t infringe Nvidia’s GPU patents (updated). A US International Trade Commission judge said in a preliminary ruling on Friday that Qualcomm and Samsung did not infringe on two Nvidia patents, according to a report at Reuters.Nvidia Corp lost the first round of its royalty dispute against Samsung Electronics Co and Qualcomm Inc after a US trade judge said there was no violation of the graphics chipmaker’s patent rights.ITC administrative law judge Thomas Pender has ruled Samsung (OTC:SSNLF) and Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) didn’t infringe two Nvidia (NVDA -0.4%) GPU patents asserted by the latter. Nvidia, which claimed to have invented the first ...

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Samsung/NVIDIA Case Update: US ITC Finds Samsung GPUs Non-Infringing

Rubric: NVIDIA | 12 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
Samsung/NVIDIA Case Update: US ITC Finds Samsung GPUs Non-Infringing

ITC judge rules Samsung, Qualcomm didn’t infringe Nvidia’s GPU patents (updated). A US International Trade Commission judge said in a preliminary ruling on Friday that Qualcomm and Samsung did not infringe on two Nvidia patents, according to a report at Reuters. Nvidia Corp lost the first round of its royalty dispute against Samsung Electronics Co and Qualcomm Inc after a US trade judge said there was no violation of the graphics chipmaker’s patent rights.ITC administrative law judge Thomas Pender has ruled Samsung (OTC:SSNLF) and Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) didn’t infringe two Nvidia (NVDA -0.4%) GPU patents asserted by the latter. Nvidia, which claimed to have invented the first ...

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US ITC Judge Says Samsung Did Not Infringe Nvidia’s Graphic Patents But Battle …

Rubric: NVIDIA | 12 Oct 2015 | no comments yet »
US ITC Judge Says Samsung Did Not Infringe Nvidia’s Graphic Patents But Battle …

ITC judge rules Samsung, Qualcomm didn’t infringe Nvidia’s GPU patents (updated). A US International Trade Commission judge said in a preliminary ruling on Friday that Qualcomm and Samsung did not infringe on two Nvidia patents, according to a report at Reuters. Nvidia Corp lost the first round of its royalty dispute against Samsung Electronics Co and Qualcomm Inc after a US trade judge said there was no violation of the graphics chipmaker’s patent rights.ITC administrative law judge Thomas Pender has ruled Samsung (OTC:SSNLF) and Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) didn’t infringe two Nvidia (NVDA -0.4%) GPU patents asserted by the latter. Nvidia, which claimed to have invented the first ...

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