Cloud Computing – A New Way to Work With the Cloud
“Today’s technology landscape is changing rapidly.
I wrote in my January 2011 article for the Boston Phoenix about Nvidia’s acquisition of ARM (NASDAQ OMX: ARMN), which is the “one of the most prominent” technologies in the ‘Nvidia’ lineup (NASDAQ OMX: NVDA) among others.
“In the past, we have struggled to get customers to develop solutions based on our ARM based SoCs – but that is changing. We have seen an increase in our business by OEMs and system integration partners. The fact that we are providing new capabilities to the market is a signal that it is changing in the direction we have been going in.
In today’s article, I will present the new and upcoming technologies that will offer a new way to work with the cloud.
The cloud is a collection of web-based resources (servers, services, APIs, and more) which are linked or integrated via a network of computers. With the cloud, a customer can buy and access a new or used device with a certain network of servers. The customer can then use this device via their server, with the cloud of web-based resources linked. An example of such services is the Amazon (NASDAQ OMX: AMZN) cloud. The customers can use a device via Amazon or via a third party to access all their internet-based services. An example of such services is the Apple (NASDAQ OMX: AAPL) cloud.
In the AWS (NASDAQ OMX: AWS) cloud, customers can access services through the AWS infrastructure and can install their own services as needed. Also, Amazon can provide a device and the services needed to turn it into a real production device. The third-party service providers can provide their services via Amazon via the AWS, and the AWS can provide the services needed to turn it into a real production device. In the NVIDIA-HPC (NASDAQ OMX: NVHPC) cloud, customers can access services through the HPC infrastructure and can install their own services as needed. Also, third-party service providers can provide their services via NVIDIA.
Accelerating Radio Access Networks with Artificial Intelligence
support both commercial and industrial IoT applications.
population of users.
used for high-speed IoT application connectivity.
large and expensive macrocellular network infrastructures.
are mainly sold to private enterprises.
commercialized 5G network would be unsuitable for these systems.
enable its adoption.
more extensive network deployment.
as is sometimes the case with existing 5G networks.
own proprietary services.
would be more appropriate.
Everything announced at Nvidia’s GTC 2021
A new generation of NVIDIA based solutions were announced today at the GTC. This brings the total to six systems in total: two for mobile (one Tegra X1, and one Tegra X2) and four for PC. For this year’s announcements, we are talking about two CPUs for PC only: the Tegra X1, and the new Tegra X2. The first generation of the Tegra X1 is now out, and the second generation is well anticipated.
Nvidia’s first generation of NVIDIA-made PCs and tablets will use the new Tegra X1 as the platform. While it is already well integrated into Intel processors, NVIDIA has announced it will also eventually be on the Intel processors.
“THE BATTLEFIELD” NVIDIA’s new graphics solution takes the form of “The Battlefield”. It’s a new graphics engine designed for today’s high-quality and gaming-focused GPUs and will use the AGP Express bus. This means that The Battlefield is not a graphics solution, it’s a CPU that can produce a graphics solution. As of now, it has nothing to do with the Tegra X line that NVIDIA has previously announced.