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Big Merc display powered by Nvidia AI

Posted: By Jon Peddie 01.25.21

The big new display coming for new Mercedes Benz models is the outward expression of the carmaker's long alliance with Nvidia. We've been telling you that alliances take a long time to bear fruit in the automotive industry. The big responsive display is powered by the Nvidia DRIVE platform. It is taking advantage of eight CPU cores, 24-gigabyte RAM, and 46.4 GB per second RAM memory bandwidth are some of the MBUX technical specifications. Let's not go out tonight honey, let's stay in and watch in the car.

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Holy cow: the news explosion from CES

Posted: By Jon Peddie 01.25.21

CES came and we all stayed at home. That's maybe just as well. We know several people who think they may have gotten Covid-19 at last year's event. They had caught what they at first thought was a really bad case of the CES Flu. As always, reporting on CES is really a months-long process as the entire universe for consumer electronics resets itself for a new year. And this, friends, is a big new year.

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Is Nvidia about to change forever?

Posted: By Jon Peddie 01.04.21

Nvidia may have started out serving the gaming community with a graphics chip, but the company has always been more than a gaming company. Nvidia is a computer company with strong interests in gaming, but its future is computing. CPU computing, GPU computing, and network computing. Maybe Nvidia should make a change to its name to reflect its broad interests. How about Nvidia Computer, or Nvidia Computing.

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Is it real or just realistic?

Posted: By Jon Peddie 12.14.20

Chaos Group’s V-Ray for Cinema4D creates Pamporovo - There a ski resort in Bulgaria called Pamporovo. Some of the Chaos Group employees may have spent some time there. To celebrate the release of V-Ray 5 for Cinema 4D

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AI, mind-reading mice, and 3D displays

Posted: By Jon Peddie 12.03.20

Intel acquired Israeli-based chip maker Habana Labs in 2019 to advance its AI strategy and strengthen its portfolio of AI accelerators for the cloud and data center. The deal was worth approximately $2 billion. Was it a good deal?

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