NVIDIA sets the stage for AI at CES

NVIDIA sets the stage for AI at CES

At CES, NVIDIA announced a bevy of new products to bring more AI to more places. 

NVIDIA has designed Omniverse to be the foundation that connects virtual worlds. In its CES keynote, NVIDIA announced updates regarding the same. 

At CES NVIDIA announced DRIVE Hyperion 8, which brings a number of new capabilities, such as redundant NVIDIA DRIVE Orin systems-on-a-chip, 12 surround cameras, nine radars, 12 ultrasonics, one forward-facing lidar, and three interior cameras. AT&T and NVIDA are partnering to provide customers an optimized experience by giving AT&T customers with 5G devices a six-month GeForce NOW Priority Membership at no charge. 

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