As usual, Nvidia had a raft of product announcements ready for its annual GTC conference which started today. Among the standouts were the Grace data centre CPU, a next-generation BlueField DPU, Omniverse Enterprise for 3D collaboration, and updates to the company's Drive platform.
VMware and Nvidia's 14 years of collaboration is continuing with the development of an enterprise platform for AI and a new data centre architecture.
Corning believes Netcomm's NDD-4100 distribution point unit, used in the NBN fibre-to-the-curb rollout, "infringes" on one of its newly obtained patents, but Netcomm Wireless believes the case is "lacking merit".
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