Nvidia’s Turing demonstrates extensibility

Nvidia’s introduction of the Turing processor reveals the seemingly endless extensibility of the GPU. We saw the integration of video decoders and then encoders, audio amplifiers and multiple spatial sound features, and the addition of special functions and filters, as well as memory management, and high-speed interfaces.  With Turing, Nvidia added two new processor types, a matrix-multiplier they call the ...

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