Nvidia has confirmed that it will deliver a keynote this morning during CES 2022. Nvidia’s senior vice president Jeff Fisher and vice president and general manager Ali Kani will share the company’s plans. Points to cover include, according to Nvidia, “the latest breakthroughs in accelerated computing — from design and simulation to gaming and autonomous vehicles.”
Nvidia hasn’t specified much in terms of which products it will talk about during Tuesday’s keynote, but it gives a good idea of the topics it’s planning to cover. We can expect to hear more about the Nvidia Omniverse, Nvidia Isaac (Nvidia’s robotics platform), self-driving cars, and the rumored upcoming Nvidia graphics cards.
Nvidia’s CES 2022 keynote is scheduled to take place today, January 4, at 8 a.m. PT (11 a.m. ET).
The keynote is going to be streamed on several platforms. Nvidia will be showing it on its own website, as well as on YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, Twitter, and IBM Video. Once the scheduled stream goes up on Nvidia’s channel, we will embed it into this article for your convenience, so come back shortly to watch the keynote right on this page.
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Nvidia didn’t pull any punches at its CES keynote event, announcing several new products aimed to assert its dominance in the GPU field — and in emerging areas, too.
There were new Nvidia Studio
On the more affordable side of things is the new RTX 3050, which is meant to make
Nvidia wasn’t done there. It also announced an expansion to its GeForce Now games streaming service, with new partnerships with AT&T and Samsung, support for more games, and additional features like DLSS and
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