Since its inaugural event in 2009, the NVIDIA GTC Conference has grown from a graphics oriented showcase to the must-attend AI conference for developers and a global experience that brings together thousands of innovators, researchers, thought leaders, and decision-makers who are shaping our world with the power of AI, computer graphics, data science, healthcare, and more. This November, experience it for yourself by attending the virtual NVIDIA GTC 2021 conference.
GTC runs from November 8 - 11 and will cover the latest innovations for AI, HPC, graphics, accelerated data science and big data analytics, extremely high-performance networking and more. Participants can attend live events in every time zone, providing unique opportunities to interact with brilliant minds and influential leaders from a wide spectrum of industries. They can also browse an extensive catalog of on-demand content showcasing innovative uses of GPU technology, and extensive developer assets available to in-house or ISV software developers or hardware systems integrators.
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Data volumes have been increasing for years – and researchers expect they will continue to increase in the coming years.
Meanwhile, edge computing, 5G-fueled hyper-connectivity, artificial intelligence (AI), and other new technologies we’ve been hearing about for years are becoming real solution realities, not research projects.
For these and many other reasons, organizations and the technologists that support them are being forced to reimagine the data center that is still the heart of most data-reliant organizations. Modern data centers need to be ready for what’s next, ideally without downtime or unplanned costs.
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