SNIA: xPU Deployment and Solutions Deep Dive (Aug. 24th)

A record number of interns calls for a record-sized celebration.

In our largest contingent ever, over 1,650 interns from 350+ schools started with NVIDIA worldwide over the past year.

Amidst busy work days tackling real-world projects across engineering, automation, robotics and more, the group's also finishing up a three-day celebration, culminating today with National Intern Day. Events ranged from tech demos to virtual meditation and yoga classes to an exclusive Q&A with NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang.

China's largest heavy-equipment manufacturer to work with self-driving company on purpose-built level 4 trucks, beginning production this year.

More than 160 years after the legendary Pony Express delivery service completed its first route, a new generation of 'Pony'-emblazoned vehicles are taking an AI-powered approach to long-haul delivery.

Autonomous driving company announced today a partnership with SANY Heavy Truck (SANY), China's largest heavy equipment manufacturer, to jointly develop level 4 autonomous trucks. The vehicles will run on the autonomous driving controller (ADC), built on NVIDIA DRIVE Orin.

What Is A QPU?
NVIDIA News, July 28th, 2022
A QPU, aka a quantum processor, is the brain of a quantum computer that uses the behavior of particles like electrons or photons to make certain kinds of calculations much faster than processors in today's computers.

Just as GPUs and DPUs enable accelerated computing today, they're also helping a new kind of chip, the QPU, boot up the promise of quantum computing.

In your hand, a quantum processing unit might look and feel very similar to a graphics or a data processing unit. They're all typically chips, or modules with multiple chips, but under the hood the QPU is a very different beast.

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