Roulston Technology Partner Rob Enderle on how Nvidia’s Kepler Chips could end PC’s and Tablet’s as we know them

May 30, 2012

Nvidia recently launched the first graphics processing unit (GPU) designed for the cloud called the Kepler. The whole concept behind these GPU’s is to serve up a desktop experience from the cloud to any device that uses it (tablets, smartphones, iPods, etc). Therefore, no matter what device you are using you will be able to deliver games, applications, utilities, and media as long as there is decent bandwith. This is why vendors who are server providers such as HP, Dell, Cisco, and IBM will all have a product on the market shortly. Uniques advantages of the Kepler include gaming from any device and using Windows on an iPad among many others. These transformational processors will usher in a new age of computing that will make it irrelevant what kind of screen you connect with. To read the full article please visit http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/how-nvidias-kepler-chips-could-end-pcs-and-tablets-as-we-know-them/.

Rob Enderle is President and Principal Analyst of the Enderle Group, a forward looking emerging technology advisory firm. He specializes in providing rapid perspectives and suggested tactics and strategies to a large number of clients dealing with rapidly changing global events.

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