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Nvidia boosts virtual GPU support to help home workers

The pandemic has changed the way organizations operate and many workers will continue to work from home once their coworkers began returning to the office which is why Nvidia has released a new version of its virtual GPU software, vGPU. The latest version of vGPU adds support for more workloads …

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AMD and Nvidia agree on the need for this vital new technology

AMD, Nvidia and seven other companies have announced their affiliation with the Confidential Computing Consortium (CCC), a group dedicated to standardizing data encryption techniques in the name of improved data privacy. The syndicate was founded last year by a selection of technology behemoths – including Microsoft, Intel, Tencent, Google Cloud, …

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Nvidia patches serious flaws affecting Windows and Linux machines

Nvidia has patched a number of security vulnerabilities in its GPU Display and CUDA drivers as well as its Virtual GPU Manager software. While these flaws require local user access, if exploited they could lead to code execution, denial of service, escalation of privileges and information disclosure on systems running …

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Nvidia used AMD tech to develop this mysterious new supercomputer

The latest Top500 supercomputer rankings contained more than just the news that an ARM-based supercomputer is now the fastest machine on the planet (with the A64FX inside). Tucked away at number 7 in the list is an intriguing new entry, named Selene. What makes this supercomputer so special is not …

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I wouldn’t bet on an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 appearing

Recently, rumors surrounding the next Nvidia graphics cards have been everywhere, and it’s extremely likely that we’re going to see new ones before the year draws to a close. However, while some of the rumors surrounding the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 and other potential graphics cards like it seem extremely …

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