Taipei, Wednesday, November 22, 2017 10:21 (GMT+8)
cloudy
Taipei
22°C
Nvidia GTC Asia
  • Nvidia on December 14 kicked off GTC Asia, the major event in its international series of GPU Technology Conference (GTC) events focused on the latest advances and research in science, academic and commercial fields enabled by GPU computing.

    Last update: Thursday 15 December 2011 [3 news items]

Market share of non-Apple tablet PCs to surge in 2012, says Nvidia CEO

Dec 15, 01:05

Although non-Apple tablet PCs are only expected to account for 30% of the worldwide tablet PC market, Nvidia CEO Huang Jen-hsun pointed out that after hardware and software platforms'...

Nvidia CEO Huang Jen-hsun

GTC Asia to kick off with keynote by Nvidia CEO

Dec 13, 12:10

Nvidia on December 14 will kick off GTC Asia, the next major event in its international series of GPU Technology Conference (GTC) events focused on the latest advances and research...

Nvidia GTC 2010

Nvidia to host GTC Asia in Beijing, China

Nov 22, 15:07

Nvidia is set to host its GPU Technology Conference (GTC) for the Asia region in Beijing, China from December 14-15 with company CEO Huang Jen-hsun to participate and unveil the company's...

Categories: IT + CE
Realtime news
  • Laster Tech to see 4Q17 revenues increase

    Before Going to Press | Nov 21, 21:33

  • Global 3Q17 NAND flash market grows 14% on quarter, says DRAMeXchange

    Before Going to Press | Nov 21, 21:29

  • Xiaomi appoints former MediaTek co-COO as investment partner

    Before Going to Press | Nov 21, 21:29

  • Smartphone panel prices stay flat in November

    Before Going to Press | Nov 21, 21:27

  • Asustek tops Taiwan-based global brand in 2017

    Before Going to Press | Nov 21, 21:26

  • Digitimes Research: Global smartphone shipments to reach over 1.5 billion units in 2018

    Before Going to Press | Nov 21, 21:25

  • Gemtek building up LoRa base stations in Beijing

    Before Going to Press | Nov 21, 21:24

  • Car-use LED lighting demand to boom in China

    Before Going to Press | Nov 21, 21:22

  • KYEC to enjoy ramp-up of orders from Nvidia, Intel

    Before Going to Press | Nov 21, 21:19

  • OSE looks to swing back to profit in 2018

    Before Going to Press | Nov 21, 21:14

Pause
 | 
View more
UMC
Global AP demand forecast, 2017-2020

21-Nov-2017 markets closed

 LastChange

TAIEX (TSE)10779.24+114.69+1.08% 

TSE electronic462.82+4.59+1% 

GTSM (OTC)150.16+2.14+1.45% 

OTC electronic228.76+5.28+2.36% 

Global notebook shipment forecast, 2017 and beyond
  • Trends in industrial computing

    Digitimes trackes the latest trends in industrial computing applications, including IoT, Industry 4.0 and automation and robotics.

  • Taiwan notebook ODMs

    Taiwan notebook Original Design Manufacturers (ODMs) account for more than 90% of global notebook production and Digitimes is there to provide daily...

  • VR/AR new hope for 2017?

    With gaming products becoming popular and VR/AR applications having become the latest topics in the IT market, will VR/AR help save the IT industry in...

  • Virtual reality on the rise

    Virtual reality has become the latest topic of the PC industry with players such as Samsung, HTC, Google and Sony, all aggressively pushing into.

  • China AMOLED panel capacity expansion forecast, 2016-2020

    This Digitimes Research Special Report examines the China AMOLED industry, focusing on the expansion capacity of the makers, the current implementation plans of major smartphone vendors in the market and the technological hurdles faced by the China makers.

  • Global AP demand forecast, 2017-2020

    Digitimes Research expects global AP shipments to surpass the 1.9 billion mark in 2017, with smartphones remaining the main application. Qualcomm will be leading the market in 2017, as other players continue playing catch up and scramble for funds to invest in more diverse applications.

  • Global notebook shipment forecast, 2017 and beyond

    This Digitimes Special Report examines key factors in the notebook industry, including products, vendors and ODMs, that will affect total shipments in 2017 and through 2021.