NVIDIA announces GTC 2022 Spring Jensen Huang’s keynote on March 21st, Hopper finally incoming?

Published: Jan 1st 2022, 18:57 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA confirms in-person GTC in San Jose

NVIDIA is returning to the in-person Graphics Technology Conference. 

In just 3 days NVIDIA’s VP of PC business Jeff Fischer will deliver an update to the GeForce product family, by introducing the most powerful mobile GPU thus far, the RTX 3080 Ti. Additionally, Fischer is expected to mention the upcoming desktop RTX 3090 Ti flagship GPU as well as entry-level RTX 3050, both coming by the end of this month.

NVIDIA GTC developer conferences, on the other hand, are all about HPCs, AI, and the automotive industry. At GTC 2022 Spring it will be NVIDIA’s CEO role to deliver the latest on the company’s AI/HPC hardware and software. On March 21st Jensen will deliver a keynote, which will kick off the in-person developer conference in San Jose.

NVIDIA GTC will be a hybrid event taking place March 21 – 24, 2022. The conference will kick off with Deep Learning Institute (DLI) workshops starting on Sunday, March 20 and a keynote by NVIDIA CEO and Founder Jensen Huang on Monday, March 21 at 9:00 a.m. The rest of the conference will feature a variety of talks, DLI training, panels, and Connect with the Experts sessions. The conference will take place in-person in San Jose, California, as well as online.


At GTC 2022, Jensen could finally reveal its long-rumored Hopper architecture, NVIDIA’s first high-performance compute accelerator featuring a multi-chip design. This processor is to compete with the AMD Instinct MI 200 series which made a debut in November last year.

Source: NVIDIA

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