The Video Electronics Standards Association announces DisplayPort updates and extensions for gaming and the automotive market at CES 2024.
We speak with Nvidia’s vice president of Automotive, Danny Shapiro, at CES 2024.
We spoke with Imagination at CES 2024 about accelerating automotive compute workloads.
A candid interview with Finbarr Moynihan, GM & VP of corporate marketing at MediaTek.
Both companies will collaborate to create chiplet heterogeneous SoC.
It’s a bigger deal than the announcement suggests—not selling chips.
MediaTek will run Nvidia Drive OS, Drive IX, CUDA, and TensorRT software.
Can you even believe an in-person CES happened?
Nvidia, the company that makes the most sought-after GPUs, reported an 84% increase in sales last quarter. The company reported record revenue for the first quarter ended May 2, 2021, of $5.66 billion, up 84 percent from a year earlier and up 13 percent from the previous quarter, with record revenue from the company’s Gaming, Data Center and Professional Visualization … Read more
Unreal is staking out more ground in the Metaverse as they see it during their Unreal Build Automotive Event, which, of course, this year was virtual. Unreal has been pitching the automotive industry with Build conferences in Munich and Detroit. The Munich events have been held in 2018, 2019, and in 2021, this virtual event brings in the world to … Read more
Trimble and LeddarTech have announced an alliance around LeddarTech’s VayaVision and Trimble’s machine control technology. The companies say they’ll be able to develop an innovative hardware and software portfolio to improve autonomous machine performance and support safety-critical applications. The two companies will focus on multi-sensor systems including LiDAR, cameras, and GNSS, and bring their expertise to bear on improving data … Read more
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.