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.
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