Watch Nvidia's CES 2016 keynote, announce supercomputer for self-driving carsBy Julio Franco 8 comments
Nvidia is a company with deep roots in PC hardware and more specifically 3D graphics, however over time they've shown they are not afraid to stray away and experiment. Since their days as a PC chipset manufacturer, console graphics provider, and most recently with the Nvidia Shield set-top box, portable console and tablet, and even delving into automotive, which was largely the focus of last year's CES keynote.
At 9pm EST (6pm PST) Nvidia's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang will take the stage and get things rolling at CES 2016, in Las Vegas. The livestream of the keynote can be watched below and followed at Nvidia's blog as well. We certainly hope we can hear about their next-gen GPUs, after all AMD jumped the gun earlier today soft-launching their all-new Radeon architecture for 2016.
Update: Full coverage of Nvidia's PX2 announcement, a dual-GPU, dual-SoC chip for cars is here.