Powered by AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 7000 WX-series processors and NVIDIA RTX graphics cards, the new workstation, designed for the most challenging workloads, is coming Q1 2024.
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Machines featuring NVIDIA RTX Ada Generation GPUs and AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO Processors will be available next month for preorder from Dell, HP, and BOXX; new trained AI models offer accelerated 3D rendering, simulations, and content creation.
The just announced single solution turnkey virtual production platform integrates creative and collaborative software tools and hardware for increased efficiency; the platform is now available and rolls out globally Q4 2023.
The high-performance platform is purpose-built to power generative AI and media and entertainment workflows with NVIDIA’s new universal GPU for data centers based on the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture.
Customers can now access expansive compute resources including NVIDIA RTX A5000-A6000 graphic cards for VFX, animation, and motion graphics workloads; check out the demo at SIGGRAPH 2023, running August 6-10 in LA.
The AMD PRO W7000 series boasts advanced chiplet design to support real-world multi-tasking performance, as well as offers the new AMD Radiance Display Engine featuring DisplayPort 2.1; cards are also certified for leading professional applications delivering performance and stability.
The company’s General Manager of M&E, Richard Kerris, takes a deep dive into the processes and promise of NVIDIA’s groundbreaking creative platform.
Platforms powered by the latest Intel Xeon CPUs, NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada GPUs, and NVIDIA SmartNICs revolutionize performance for data-intensive workflows including AI-augmented applications, photorealistic rendering, and simulations.
The app can now use real or rendered images - from smartphones, game screenshots, and design applications - to create a virtual reality scene.
Key updates for Maxon One line expand Forger capabilities with modeling toolset, including subdivision surfaces and symmetry; performance upgrades in Red Giant Trapcode’s improve particle simulation creation in Adobe After Effects.
The latest release features new deployment options, new Omniverse connectors, and enhanced performance for optimized workflows that connect 3D pipelines to develop and operate large-scale, physically accurate virtual 3D worlds.
Free virtual presentation explores how Vū’s virtual production environment, coupled with NVIDIA RTX™ A6000 professional GPUs, optimizes workflows, pushing the boundaries of creative possibilities.
Leading compositing tool gets a major revamp, boasting improved performance and scalability, simple compositing workflows, and flexibility to create new USD-based integrations.
This free presentation on December 8 will explore how Vū’s virtual production environment, coupled with NVIDIA RTX™ A6000 professional GPUs, is optimizing real-time workflows in ICVFX and pushing the boundaries of the possible in virtual production.
This free virtual presentation will explore how Vū’s virtual production environment, coupled with NVIDIA RTX™ A6000 professional GPUs, is optimizing workflows and pushing the boundaries of the possible in virtual production.
Major updates to core reference apps and tools offer increased speed, accessibility, and flexibility for collaborative workflows, making it easier for developers, creators, and novices to build metaverse applications.
NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang’s GTC 2022 keynote reveals numerous performance upgrades for NVIDIA Studio users, including work with Unity and Unreal Engine 5, centered on the company’s new GPU series powered by NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture.
New technology provides the graphics and simulation foundation for building and operating metaverse applications, including immersive digital twin simulations, in NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise.
Omniverse's expansive new features, revealed at this morning’s GTC keynote, include Omniverse Cloud managed services, Omniverse Kit connected tools and microservices, and Omniverse Exchange, a publishing portal for industry and purpose-built third-party solutions; the online conference runs through September 22.
This free virtual presentation and live Q&A will explore the increasing importance of GPU memory – and the NVIDIA RTX product family - as new applications add AI, real-time rendering, and simulation capabilities to their feature sets to enable even greater creativity.
Harnessing enhanced virtual production workflows based on real-time rendering, the studio blends live-action and VFX in an epic battle set on the surface of a Google Pixel phone in a live actor’s living room.
VFX studio contributed to over 1,000 shots across 28 sequences on the Oscar-winning film, with artists working from multiple locations using NVIDIA’s virtual workstation software and hardware.
Updates bring the software’s 3D system more in line with DCC standards and provides more consistency between Nuke and Katana for geometry transformations; workflow improvements provided more intuitive artist pipelines.
NVIDIA’s Media and Entertainment GM, Richard Kerris, introduced a number of new releases, coming updates, and future plans for the growing ecosystem surrounding the company’s powerful new interactive, real-time 3D design collaboration platform.