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NVIDIA to Train 100,000 Developers on Deep Learning
by CXOtoday News Desk    May 10, 2017
Category : Press Releases
NVIDIA is broadening the Deep Learning Institute’s curriculum to include the applied use of deep learning including self-driving cars.
Tags: NVIDIA
Nvidia Sees The Future In Deep Learning
by Sohini Bagchi    Aug 30, 2016
Category : Interviews
Technology : Hardware & Software
The future of deep learning is extremely impactful to the entire industry, said Vishal Dhupar, MD-South Asia, Nvidia in a recent conversation with CXOtoday.
NVIDIA Unveils Ansel With VR Twist
by CXOtoday News Desk    Jul 15, 2016
Category : News & Analysis
NVIDIA’s VR Funhouse is now available for Steam gaming platform
Juniper Appoints New CIO, HR Head
by CXOtoday News Desk    Jul 16, 2015
Category : News & Analysis
Bob Worrall joins the networking security company from Nvidia, where he previously served as CIO.
How NVIDIA Is Stepping Up its Enterprise Computing Game
by Sandhya Malhotra    Jul 15, 2015
Category : Interviews
Technology : Hardware & Software
Vishal Dhupar, MD, South Asia, NVIDIA Graphics, discusses the company's roadmap in the enterprise and consumer segments.
GPUs increase performance, decrease power usage in HPC
by Sharon Lobo    Aug 13, 2013
Category : Interviews
Technology : Hardware & Software
Vishal Dhupar, MD - South Asia, Nvidia speaks about how today's GPUs are playing a critical role in HPC and mobile computing.
Tablet processor revenue reached $2.7 billion in 2012
by CXOtoday News Desk    May 13, 2013
Technology : Hardware & Software
Apple continues to lead in the table processor revenues followed by NVIDIA and Texas Instruments.
Nvidia revenue outlook misses, PC and tablet chips slow
by Reuters    Feb 14, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
Nvidia is betting on its graphics expertise to make high-performance processors for mobile devices.
As China handset makers upgrade chips, pressure remains on profit margins
by Reuters    Dec 12, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Plans quad-core powered devices for picky consumers
Intel zeroes in on enterprise customers with first tablet wave
by Reuters    Sep 28, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Intel has roped in Samsung and HP to showcase tablets powered by its new "Atom" processor
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