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SANTA CLARA, Calif.—July 31, 2015—NVIDIA today announced a voluntary recall of its SHIELDTM 8-inch tablets that were sold between July 2014 and July 2015, which the company will replace.
SAN FRANCISCO—Game Developers Conference—March 3, 2015—NVIDIA today introduced NVIDIA® SHIELD™, the world’s first Android™ TV console, which delivers video, music, apps and amazing games to the home.
SAN FRANCISCO—Feb. 2, 2015—Enterprises will be able to experience the full benefit of remote access to rich graphics applications using VMware Horizon 6 and vSphere® 6 with NVIDIA GRID™ vGPU™, NVIDIA and VMware announced today.
LAS VEGAS—CES—Jan. 4, 2015—NVIDIA today unveiled Tegra® X1, its next-generation mobile super chip with over one teraflops of processing power – delivering capabilities that open the door to unprecedented graphics and sophisticated deep learning and computer vision applications.
LAS VEGAS—CES—Jan. 4, 2015—Transporting the world closer to a future of auto-piloted cars that see and detect the world around them, NVIDIA today introduced NVIDIA DRIVE™ automotive computers – equipped with powerful capabilities for computer vision, deep learning and advanced cockpit visualization.
SANTA CLARA, Calif.—Nov. 18, 2014—NVIDIA today announced that it is developing an enhanced version of the widely used PGI® optimizing compilers which will allow developers to quickly develop new applications or run Linux x86-based GPU-accelerated applications on IBM POWER CPU systems with minimal effort.
NEW ORLEANS—SC14—Nov. 17, 2014—NVIDIA today unveiled a new addition to the NVIDIA® Tesla Accelerated Computing Platform: the Tesla® K80 dual-GPU accelerator, the world’s highest performance accelerator designed for a wide range of machine learning, data analytics, scientific, and high performance computing (HPC) applications.
SANTA CLARA, Calif.—Nov. 14, 2014—The U.S. Department of Energy today unveiled plans to build two GPU-accelerated supercomputers – expected to deliver at least three-times greater performance than today’s most powerful system – which will move the world closer to the long-held goal of exascale computing.