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Boosting raw power to the edge, Nvidia virtualizes more for AI, VR enterprise apps

Having conquered the gaming industry with an early lead in powerful computing, chip maker Nvidia Corp. is now targeting the enterprise for a repeat success story in the business world’s big emerging markets such as artificial intelligence and virtual reality. Upgrading its newest Tesla servers, Nvidia today unveiled a rebranded Quadro product that virtualizes its graphics […] The post Boosting raw power to the edge, Nvidia virtualizes more for AI, VR enterprise apps appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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