NVIDIA confirms GTC 2023 Jensen Huang’s keynote on March 21st

Published: Feb 17th 2023, 13:54 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang to give a keynote speech on March 21st

Jensen Huang to return with his leather jacket next month. 

NVIDIA has confirmed that upcoming Graphics Technology Conference (GTC) will include a keynote from its Founder and CEO, Jensen Huang. The conference officially kicks off on March 20, and it will last until March 23. The keynote has been confirmed for March 21st, and it will include many topics that may be of interest to graphics enthusiast.

Unfortunately, nothing suggests right now that the keynote will cover gaming. The GTC is not typically directly associated with gaming, unless NVIDIA makes an exception. Last September’s GTC conference was one of them. It featured a separate segment dedicated to GeForce products called GeForce Beyond, which gave us first details on Ada Lovelace architecture.

GTC 2023 Keynote, Source: NVIDIA

Rumors suggest NVIDIA might introduce RTX 4070 graphics card in April, so late March’s GTC seems to be a perfect time to at least mention this upcoming GPU.

Officially GTC 2023 will cover: “AI, the metaverse, cloud technologies and sustainable computing”, so nothing indicating any new product. It is worth noting that NVIDIA is yet to launch its RTX Ada workstation GPUs equipped with AD103 and lower. We already got a glimpse of the upcoming mobile products last week. Those are definitely coming soon.

The GTC 2023 is an online event, so there is a good chance that the keynote will be rebroadcasted, although NVIDIA made no comments on that yet.

Source: NVIDIA

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