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Five Amazing Things You'll Learn About at NVIDIA's Expanded GPU Technology Confer
Scientists and researchers. Artists and entertainers. Filmmakers and manufacturers. It turns out our GPUs have quite a social network.
It's time to bring that network together.
We'll be hosting our fourth annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC 2013) in San Jose, Calif., between March 18 ' 21 ' and this year, we're expanding the scope of GTC to cover virtually all GPU-enabled innovation and breakthroughs across academia, science, government, and industry.
This includes everything from automotive computing, cloud and mobile computing, to engineering, media and entertainment, manufacturing and science.
We've already booked a lineup like no other, which is no surprise, given the power and broad use of GPU-accelerated computing around the world.
Over the past year, Oak Ridge National Laboratory has flipped the switch on 'Titan,' the world's fastest supercomputer, a machine equipped with more than 18,000 of our Kepler GPU accelerators.
Movie studios have used our GPUs to create blockbusters ' including most-recently 'Skyfall,' 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,' 'The Avengers,' and 'Life of Pi,' ' with unparalleled special effects.
And game developers have taken advantage of our new Kepler-architecture to create ever more immersive PC gaming experiences.
Needless to say, there'll be a lot to talk about.
A sampling of the interesting topics that will be explored at the event's sessions:
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