A new whitepaper from JPR explores GPU virtualization as it applies to embedded systems, with a special focus on the automotive market. The market for — and use of — GPUs stretches from supercomputers and medical instrumentation to gaming machines, mobile devices, automobiles, and wearables. Just about everyone in the industrialized world has at least a half dozen GPUs, and technophiles can easily count a dozen or more. The ubiquity and invisibility of GPUs speaks to their success not just in marketing terms but in terms of real contribution to quality of life, safety, entertainment, and the advancement of science. Read more and download the whitepaper at HERE
Intel’s 11-gen i5 and i9 Rocket Lake CPUs
Significant improvement over Gen-10
Gaming monitors shipments to see 10% decline YoY to 20.5 million units in 2022
Taiwanese research firm TrendForce says that it expects 2022 to see the first ever TrendForce downturn in the desktop monitor gaming market with a forecast now of 20.5 million units globally for the year, down 10% from 2021.
HP keeps the work at home machines running
HP Connect for Microsoft Endpoint Manager frees up IT resources through remote configuration, securing, and updating the BIOS of HP commercial PCs.