The ongoing Computex 2022 has been so fantastic, started yesterday in Taipei, Taiwan featuring numerous great tech giants around the world.
Yesterday, I received the keynote speech from CEO Dr. Lisa Su, who opened the conference with the introduction of AMD’s commitment toward an envelope on performance, innovation, a broad ecosystem of partners, and the unveiling of the world’s first 5nm PC Processor Cores “Zen 4” CPU core chipsets in 5nm All-new I/O Die in 6nm; AMD Ryzen 7000 Series Processors of over 15% setter single-threaded performance.
However, today has earned multiple gaming announcements from the Taiwanese-American gaming giant, Nvidia. Over the years, Nvidia has been focusing its technologies on accelerating a computing platform for revolutionizing everything from gaming to data. And has been achieved through the introduction of the new Al-powered enterprise data center products and technologies for gamers and creators.
The following are the new eight gaming technologies announced by the Taiwanese-American tech giant:
Grace Reference Designs
This Grace Reference design is the world’s first Grace CPU-Powered System Design adopted by NVIDIA for a wide range of workloads spanning digital twins, AI, high-performance computing, cloud graphics, and gaming.
As per reports, the System Designs are expected to be available in the first half of 2023 alongside x86 and other Arm-based servers, giving customers a wide range of options for achieving great performance and efficiency in their data centers.
HGX Grace and HGX Grace Hopper
The duo are new breadth and depth system designs added by Nvidia and are projected to be available by 2023. The new system is designed for its future “Grace” Arm CPU and “Hopper” H100 GPU accelerator, as well as liquid cooling alternatives for present “Ampere” family GPUs and future Grace and Hopper CPUs.
ISACC SIM 2022.1
The new Isaac Sim announced will help developers and researchers around the world be able to train and optimize AI robots for a breadth of tasks. It includes a Gazebo/Ignition connector, Isaac Gym integration, and new Isaac replicator features among others for different robots developed simulations and proved.
Drive Hyperion Partnerships
This is computer architecture and sensor set for full self-driving systems. Sensors from a wide range of top vendors, including Continental, Hella, Luminar, Sony, and Valeo, enable this newest generation technology, which is built for the greatest levels of functional safety and cybersecurity.
With the Drive Hyperion Partnerships, users can easily use what they need, from basic computation and middleware to NCAP, level 3 driving, level 4 parking, and AI cockpit capabilities, because the production platform is open and modular.
Other new technologies announced are the Hitman 3, F1 22, ASUS ROG Swift 500Hz Monitor, New GeForce Gaming, and Studio Laptops.