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Jensen Huang will host Nvidia’s GTC 2021 keynote from his kitchen

The Graphics Technology Conference is coming up soon and once again, Nvidia’s CEO, Jensen Huang, will be hosting his annual keynote from his kitchen. The first time Jensen hosted a conference from his kitchen was GTC 2020, as part of the new socially distanced, digital approach to GTC to stay safe during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Since then, multiple launches have taken place there, including the RTX 30 series announcement. 

Just like previous GTC keynotes, the focus here will mainly be on workstation and AI-centric solutions, rather than gaming products. During the 2021 keynote, Jensen may shed some new light on the upcoming RTX A series of workstation and datacentre graphics cards, as well as new automobile chips and possibly a new Jetson embedded system.

Not long ago, we shared news about two unannounced Nvidia RTX A SKUs. We cannot guarantee it, but considering the timing, Jensen could well announce both of them during the keynote. Nvidia could also present a successor to Tesla T4. Following the same naming logic, it would be named A4 (A for Ampere as T is for Turing).

The Nvidia GTC 2021 keynote is scheduled for April 12 at 16:30 BST. According to Nvidia, the event will have “a few surprises”, so watch out for them. If you are interested in the keynote, you can watch it HERE.

KitGuru says: Nvidia keynotes from Jensen Huang’s kitchen are starting to become the new norm. What do you expect to see from Nvidia during its GTC 2021 keynote?

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