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GTC (GPU Technology Conference) 2010

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GTC 2010

When the name NVIDIA is mentioned, the first thing that comes to mind is video cards and gaming. Most do not know that NVIDIA technology goes beyond gaming and its CUDA technology is already impacting our lives. CUDA technology is the basis of it all, it's part of every graphics solution NVIDIA offers, be it home user or professional. The GTC conference (GPU Technology Conference) is two fold, it showcases how corporations are using and implementing CUDA into their products and a plethora of seminars developers can attend to acquire the knowledge to assist them in the development and implementation of CUDA into their products. The professional side of the NVIDIA family includes Quadro which is a video solution and Tesla a supercomputing solution.

Hi Tech Legion will be attending the entire conference and we will be updating this article frequently, so please bear with us and allow us to provide you with some coverage you may not be expecting. We will explain in much more detail, as this article progresses.

Day One

Day one was more of a meet and greet. There were some pre-conferences and seminars that were available but, due to our arrival time, it was not feasible to attend.

Some pictures of the Conference Center during a familiarization walk around.

 

 

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