NVIDIA (Nasdaq: NVDA) is the world leader in visual computing technologies and the inventor of the GPU, a high-performance processor which generates breathtaking, interactive graphics on workstations, personal computers, game consoles, and mobile devices.
Graphics acceleration enables in-car technology seen at LA auto show
At the Los Angeles Auto Show's Connected Car Expo Tuesday, NVIDIA and Audi showcased the latest innovations developed out of our partnership to deliver the auto industry's most advanced in-car technologies.
NVIDIA and IBM bring supercomputing to big data analytics
NVIDIA and IBM are working to tackle some of the most vexing challenges of data center computing.
NVIDIA mobile processor paves the way for self-driving cars
NVIDIA's new Tegra K1 mobile processor will help self-driving cars advance from the realm of research into the mass market with its automotive-grade version of the same GPU that powers the world's 10 most ...
NVIDIA shakes up sub-$200 graphics market with new GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST GPU
Gamers looking to play this year's hottest PC games at a highly affordable price—with in-game settings cranked up to high—got their wish today with the introduction of the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti ...
Industry's first visual computing appliance
NVIDIA today introduced the industry's first visual computing appliance—enabling businesses to deliver ultra-fast GPU performance to any Windows, Linux or Mac client on their network.
Audi to globally roll out NVIDIA Tegra visual computing module this year
NVIDIA today announced that Audi's newest auto-infotainment system featuring NVIDIA Tegra technology will be rolled out globally in select vehicles this year.
Tegra 4: NVIDIA introduces world's fastest mobile processor
NVIDIA today introduced NVIDIA Tegra 4, the world's fastest mobile processor, with record-setting performance and battery life to flawlessly power smartphones and tablets, gaming devices, auto infotainment and navigation ...
How NASA uses GPUs to build more vivid flight simulators
Nearly everyone is familiar with terms like 20/20 vision – but what does that mean when it comes to developing a flight simulator?
How NVIDIA's Tegra processor can help land a plane in an emergency
You know the routine: Board a flight. Put your seat in the upright position. Tuck away your tray table. Turn off all your portable electronic devices.
Why the world's fastest computer is a scientific 'time machine'
This week it became official: the Titan supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee was crowned the fastest computer on Earth, according to the Top500 list released this week that tracks these systems. ...
NVIDIA delivers massive performance boost to Linux gaming
NVIDIA today announced the latest NVIDIA GeForce drivers—R310—double the performance and dramatically reduce game loading times for those gaming on the Linux operating system. ...
World's fastest supercomputer paves path to efficient, affordable exascale computing
Titan, the world's fastest open-science supercomputer, was completed this month at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, opening new windows of opportunity into the exploration of some of the world's ...
Industry's first cloud-based GPU that delivers workstation graphics capabilities to any screen
Engineers and design professionals will be able to work anywhere on virtually any device and still have access to the computing and graphics performance of a GPU-powered workstation, with today's launch of ...
Power of GeForce GTX available to gamers everywhere with two new Kepler-based GPUs
NVIDIA today introduced two new high-performance GPUs, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 and GeForce GTX 650. These new gaming GPUs deliver the exceptional performance and power efficiency of the award-winning NVIDIA Kepler architecture ...