NVIDIA COMPUTEX 2021, the biggest NVIDIA event this year is finally live online! For those that haven’t been able to tune in, don’t worry, there’s a way to either catch up or watch the replay. There’s a lot to expect of this event and the news is definitely something to watch out for.
NVIDIA COMPUTEX 2021: What to Expect
According to the official NVIDIA page, the Transformational Power of Accelerated Computing coming from Gaming to the Enterprise Data Center with speakers GeForce Senior Vice President Jeff Fisher and Head of Enterprise Computing Manuvir Das. This event is big for both gamers and tech enthusiasts around the world.
For those wanting to watch the NVIDIA COMPUTEX 2021 keynote, here’s a link to the YouTube video. There are a few things that gamers and tech enthusiasts can expect from this NVIDIA COMPUTEX 2021.
NVIDIA COMPUTEX 2021 Talks:
Transforming the Transportation Industry with AI
Vice President and General Manager of Automotive, Ali Kani, is expected to share about how the future of cars will be more software-defined, data center on wheels, and even fueled by AI. Watch the talk here.
May 31, 2021 – 8:00PM PDT (UTC-7)
The Promise of Digital Transformation: How AI-Infused Industrial System are Rising to Meet the Challenges
Head of Global Business Development for Manufacturing & Industrials, Jerry Chen, is expected to cover how AI has actually impacted every industry in the whole global economy. Watch the talk here.
Jue 1, 2021 – 8:00PM PDT (UTC-7)
The Metaverse Begins: NVIDIA Omniverse and a Future of Shared Worlds
Head of WW Developer Relations and General Manager of Omniverse, Richard Kerris, is expected to talk about how the Omniverse is now trying to help its users connect to Metaverse as well as making a lot of difference when it comes to key industries and workflows. Watch the talk here.
June 2, 2021 – 11:30PM PDT (UTC-7)
This is going to be one of the biggest, if not the biggest NVIDIA events this year which is why for big fans of NVIDIA, participating in the NVIDIA COMPUTEX 2021 will give fans a closer look at what the company is planning to do. The company is also expected to announce a lot of new plans and what users can expect from the upcoming year and in the future.
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NVIDIA 2021 Expectations
While it’s still technically the first half of 2021, there are still a lot of things that NVIDIA can announce before the year ends. This event, however, is one of NVIDIA’s key events which is why gamers and enthusiasts might want to check the event out.
While NVIDIA is still killing in the GPU department, AMD is slowly catching up. The problem for both companies, however, is the lack of chips that mean both companies won’t be able to produce a lot of stock. This, in turn, results in lesser sales.
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