(Reuters) – Nvidia Corp <NVDA.O> on Monday laid out a multi-year plan to create a new kind of chip for data centers, aimed at siphoning off more functions from its chief rival Intel Corp <INTC.O>.
Models with limited features will debut in months, while full-fledged versions are planned within two years, Nvidia said in a press briefing. Server companies such as Dell Technologies <DELL.N> and Lenovo Group Ltd <0992.HK> plan to integrate them into their machines, it added.
Nvidia chips have long been used to improve video game graphics, but in recent years they have helped to speed up artificial intelligence tasks such as image recognition. The chips typically sit alongside an Intel central processor, offloading some of the computing work.
Nvidia is now seeking to grab more tasks with its proposed series of “data processing unit” chips. They will combine networking technology acquired with Nvidia’s $6.9 billion purchase of
Initiating clinical trials to evaluate investigational toll-like receptor 9 agonist, SD-101, in patients with uveal melanoma liver metastases followed by three additional indications.
Aspiring to overcome the challenges of treating patients with solid tumors through our multi-pronged approach to stimulate the immune system and deliver immuno-oncology therapies directly to the site of the disease, with the goal of improving the therapeutic index
Working to redefine the treatment of hard-to-treat solid tumors in the liver or pancreas by combining TriSalus’ proprietary FDA cleared intravascular, regional drug delivery technology for liver and pancreatic infusion with investigational SD-101 and standard of care therapy
TriSalus Life Sciences (TriSalus), an emerging immuno-oncology company committed to transforming outcomes for patients with solid tumors, announced today its therapeutic clinical development strategy following the successful acquisition of SD-101, an investigational IND-ready immunotherapy, from Dynavax Technologies on August 3, 2020.
SD-101 is an investigational toll-like receptor 9 (TLR9) agonist
Astro Gaming has launched a Call of Duty: Black Ops — Cold War version of its A10 gaming headset for console and PC players.
A division of Logitech, Astro Gaming makes audio headsets for audiophiles and pro gamers. The new headset has artwork licensed from Activision’s Call of Duty brand and is part of a wave of products you’ll see as peripheral makers try to cash in on the next-generation console buying frenzy.
The new Astro Gaming Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War A10 Headset joins the ASTRO A40 TR, Speakers tags, and A40 TR Mod Kits already on the market today. The headset aims to give wearers an advantage when playing games in which they discern the 3D location of enemies based on footsteps — a feature that will be a hallmark of the next-generation consoles coming in mid-November.