As well as Broadwell and Atoms
Intel recently showcased its Compute Stick, and this marks the emergence of a new niche for chipmaker. As you can imagine, it's a proper PC, but it's roughly the size of a Cromecast HDMI stick.
Gaming motherboards and chassis too
Supermicro is well known brand in the server market, and they make some of the best motherboards in this professional niche.
Kepler-class Titan for FP32
A lot of people were disappointed by the fact that Nvidia’s Titan X didn’t come with a better Dual Precision performance unit.
We saw it up and running
We had a chance to see a Drive PX follow up from Nvidia executives that touched on a few subjects, including Deep Learning and Drive PX test systems.
Significantly smaller than GDDR5
We had a chance to see the Hynix HBM memory of the future, and even see a next generation HBM2 wafer with many of these next-generation dies.
Cure diseases with GPU computing power
This year’s Graphics Technology Conference featured a lot of companies that want to solve many of the worlds’ problems using GPUs.
Interposer it is
Just as it was easy to figure out from Pascal renders, Nvidia’s new GPU architecture is using the 2.5D memory approach, the same one that is expected from AMD’s upcoming Fiji card.
$10,000 to selected developers in May
Nvidia has announced the Nvidia Drive PX, its self-driving computer for the automotive industry, is available as a developer kit.
GTC 2015: Volta back in roadmap, due in 2018
Pascal is Nvidia’s next generation architecture and it is coming after Maxwell of course. The company says it will launch next year, but details are still sketchy.