Data Centers will be the Bulk of Nvidia’s Business in Five Years’ Time

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By Jamie Moss | 1Q 2018 | IN-5019


A Two-Pronged Approach to Serving Connected Devices


NVIDIA seeks to address the world of connected devices on two fronts. First, it will serve the nebulous realm of the Internet of Things (IoT) with its numerous, low-value, sensor-based, data gathering devices, indirectly through the back-end. This will be accomplished by graphics processing unit (GPU)-based servers that will structure, process, and manipulate collected data to identify real-time trends and generate informed business decisions. Secondly, NVIDIA seeks to power the world of autonomous devices, the large and expensive endpoints that must perform mission-critical tasks regardless of whether they are permanently connected and being instructed or not. This client-side autonomous intelligence is provided directly using local GPUs that process a large quantity of data on the spot, knowing what to do then and there, supported whenever possible/appropriate by remote resources.

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