Nvidia CEO describes strategic importance of cloud graphics

Nvidia chief executive Jen-Hsun Huang told analysts today just how important cloud graphics will be to the world. The company announced last week that its recently announced Kepler-based graphics chips are capable of cloud graphics. That means they can process graphics for multiple users in a data center and then dispatch the appropriate graphics as needed to the displays of distant remote users.

Nvidia poised to change gaming with cloud graphics chips

Nvidia announced today that it has created unique features in its Kepler-based graphics chips that could make cloud-based gaming much more practical. The company has also formed partnerships with companies such as Gaikai to make cloud games much cheaper and more appealing to gamers and maybe even eliminate the need to create a new generation of consoles.

Nvidia beats earnings predictions but lowers forecast

Nvidia reported earnings today that beat analyst forecasts for the third fiscal quarter ended Jan. 31, but it lowered its outlook for the coming fourth fiscal quarter. While demand for high-end graphics is strong, the hard-drive shortage is partly affecting the company’s ability to sell graphic chips.

Nvidia says PC gaming in midst of revival

PC gaming is experiencing the beginning of a multi-year growth cycle as gamers migrate to the PC, Nvidia chief executive Jen-Hsun Huang said today in an earnings call. The cause? Better graphics than the aging five-year-old game consoles.

Nvidia unveils its 3D Vision 2 glasses for 3D gaming

Nvidia has created a second generation of stereoscopic 3D glasses known as 3D Vision 2, the company said today. The glasses will be bundled with specially designed monitors to create a much better quality experience for gamers who want to fully immerse themselves in 3D games.