Monday, June 2nd 2014

NVIDIA Scoops Up Computex Tradeshow Awards for Tegra K1, GRID

For the sixth year running, NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) has clinched a Best Choice Award at Computex, picking up the honor for NVIDIA GRID technology, as well as a coveted "Golden Award" for the NVIDIA Tegra K1 mobile processor. NVIDIA's honors mark the longest Best Choice Award win-streak of any international Computex exhibitor. More than 475 technology products from nearly 200 vendors competed for this year's recognition.

Tegra K1 is a 192-core super chip, built on the NVIDIA Kepler architecture -- the world's most advanced and energy-efficient GPU. Tegra K1's 192 fully programmable CUDA cores deliver the most advanced mobile graphics and performance, and its compute capabilities open up many new applications and experiences in fields such as computer vision, advanced imaging, speech recognition and video editing.

NVIDIA GRID enables GPU-capable virtualization solutions from Citrix, Microsoft and VMware, and is sold in high-volume offerings by Dell, HP and IBM. GRID technology, also based on the Kepler architecture, enables multiple users to share a single GPU, improving user density while providing true PC performance and compatibility. GRID is designed to provide industry-leading graphics performance with low-latency display technology to enhance the performance of demanding visual computing applications on virtual desktops.

Computex is the largest technology tradeshow in Asia and the second-largest in the world. The tradeshow's Best Choice Awards, established in 2002, honor innovation, functionality and market potential. NVIDIA GRID won in the "Cloud Computing" category. In the "IC & Components" category, Tegra K1 picked up a Golden Award, which honors the most outstanding product in a category.
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bogami
Nice ! Next gen Maxwel will be had the lowest power consumption 1 watt. a 20 nm is late. Shifts already announced in early May Maxwell 28 nm also did not happen. Well it's not panic ill just have more money available when the 20 nm M 110 that came just will not freak out again on prices and locked part of the processor .
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