The universe of Media & Entertainment workloads is rapidly growing. From AI to real-time ray tracing, GPU-acceleration enables artists to achieve breathtaking results and create at the highest professional level with powerful and efficient solutions. NVIDIA’s RTX™ platform brings greater productivity and realism to millions of creatives around the world through new GPU-accelerated features in top creative applications.
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NVIDIA RTX A6000
The visual computing highlight of GTC was the introduction of the NVIDIA® RTX™ A6000 –the latest professional graphics board based on the breakthrough NVIDIA Ampere architecture.
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NVIDIA Omniverse™ is a powerful, multi-GPU, real-time simulation and collaboration platform for 3D production pipelines based on Pixar’s Universal Scene Description (USD) and NVIDIA’s open-source MDL (Materials Definition library).
Omniverse aims for universal interoperability across different applications and 3D ecosystem vendors. Think of it as a “PDF” for advanced 3D graphics. It provides efficient real-time scene updates and is based on open standards and protocols. The Omniverse Platform is designed to act as a hub, enabling new capabilities to be exposed as micro-services.
Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, companies and their employees have shifted to working from home, or carefully isolated remote sites, so essential business operations can continue. This radical change is essential, and mastering the challenges of working from home has been a learning experience requiring significant flexibility and frequent adjustments to work and personal routines. Working from home has been hardest for professionals who require powerful workstations to deliver their projects. Some video editors have been forced to get creative with their footage and workstations to meet the growing demand for fresh content; a task that’s now been simplified thanks to NVIDIA® Quadro® RTX™ graphics solutions and Adobe’s recent Premiere Pro 14.2 software update.
ServeTheHome (STH) is regarded as the IT professional's guide to servers, storage, networking, and high-end workstation hardware. Recently STH rigorously tested and reviewed NVIDIA’s most powerful Quadro professional graphics board the Quadro RTX 8000 and awarded it an impressive score of 9.3/10