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Nvidia’s 8 Biggest GTC 2020 Product Announcements You Might Have Missed

The chipmaker’s biggest product announcements at GTC 2020 include a new type of processor Nvidia believes will benefit every data center, new GPUs for professionals, software that brings new AI capabilities to videoconferencing and an expanded partnership with VMware.

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From A New Server Processor Type To New GPUs For Professionals

Nvidia is no longer just a GPU vendor, and that was made very clear by the diverse range of product announcements the company made at its fall GTC 2020 virtual conference.

“AI requires a whole reinvention of computing, full-stack rethinking, from chips to systems, algorithms, tools, the ecosystem,” Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said in his GTC 2020 keynote Monday. “Nvidia is a full-stack computing company. We love working on extremely hard computing problems that have great impact on the world. This is right in our wheelhouse.”

[Related: Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang’s 10 Biggest Statements At GTC 2020 ]

As the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company has demonstrated with its acquisition of Mellanox Technologies earlier this year, its pending acquisition of Arm and its continuously growing software organization, the company has ambitions of becoming a “data center-scale company.”

That goal was particularly apparent with the introduction of a new kind of server processor, partner support for a new AI supercomputer cluster solution, expanding support for Arm platforms and an expanding partnership with one of the data center market’s biggest software players.

What follows is a roundup of the eight biggest GTC 2020 product announcements made by Nvidia that you may have missed.

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