At GTC 2021, NVIDIA went beyond its traditional GPU offerings by unveiling a new data center CPU, a next generation data processing unit, new DGX systems for AI computing, and new Ampere-architecture based GPU boards for professional workstations and the data center along with the upcoming general availability of NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise.
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Join Carl Flygare from PNY and Tina Gholami from NVIDIA for a live webinar, including a Q&A session, on the NVIDIA EGX Platform for Professional Visualization. As the world continues to shift and enterprises across the globe rethink post-pandemic infrastructure, enhancing the ability of professionals to work remotely remains top of mind. By joining the webinar on May 6, you will learn how NVIDIA EGX Platform for professional visualization enables artists, architects, product designers, and more to do their best work – from anywhere – at a fraction of the cost, space, and power requirements of CPU-based solutions.
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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.