NVIDIA recently held a media briefing to announce its new range of Quadro cards in India. The briefing was conducted by Jeff Brown, Vice President and General Manager of Quadro workstation business unit. The briefing covered a large number of topics from the launch of new Quadro cards to the issues related to pricing.

NVIDIA spoke at length about the Quadro Graphic Cards which are aimed at industries who need to solve complex algorithms and precise calculations. Industries such as automobiles, digital content creation, Oil and Gas exploration, aerospace need the raw processing power for their applications.

Today’s cut-throat market demands has made it imperative to cut down costs and offer innovative developments, all the same time. NVIDIA has always been associated with gaming and other consumer technology. But they have also been instrumental in helping numerous companies overcome challenges relating to costs and need for innovation. NVIDIA’s professional range of Quadro, is a complete range professional solutions for that serve a variety of visual computing needs.

The new Quadro card is the world’s first professional graphics solution with Error Correction Codes (ECC) memory and fast, IEEE double precision floating point. Jeff Brown said “For over a decade Quadro has been the choice of professionals around the world. We’ve also built Engines like “AXE” to enable the creation of next-gen applications. When you couple these technologies with our Fermi architecture, the result is a new Quadro family that’s exponentially better than anything the market has ever seen.

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