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To navigate the world safely, leading tech company NVIDIA announced to acquire California based company DeepMap. DeepMap expected to extend NVIDIA mapping products, scale worldwide map operations and expand NVIDIA’s full-self driving expertise

  • DeepMap, a startup dedicated to building high-definition maps for autonomous vehicles to navigate the world safely.
  • NVIDIA DRIVE is a software-defined, end-to-end platform — from deep neural network training and validation in the data center to high-performance compute in the vehicle — that enables continuous improvement and deployment via over-the-air updates.

The prominent deals and expansions by NVIDIA are mentioned below:

Sep 2020: SoftBank Group Corp. (SBG) and technology firm NVIDIA announced a definitive agreement under which NVIDIA will acquire Arm Limited from SBG and the SoftBank Vision Fund for approximately $40 billion. Even after deal SoftBank will remain committed to Arm’s long-term success through its ownership stake in NVIDIA, expected to be under 10 percent

March 2020: SwiftStack had signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by NVIDIA. The company continues to maintain, enhance, and support 1space, ProxyFS, Swift, and the Controller. SwiftStack’s technology is already a key part of NVIDIA’s GPU-powered AI infrastructure.

January 2020: Italy forges AI future in partnership with NVIDIA. Italy is well known for its architecture, culture and cuisine. Italy’s research organization forged three-year collaboration with NVIDIA. Together they aim to accelerate AI research and commercial adoption across the country.

December 2019: Tencent Games and NVIDIA announced a collaboration to bring PC gaming in the cloud to China. NVIDIA’s GPU technology would power Tencent Games’ START cloud gaming service. START gives gamers access to AAA games on underpowered devices anytime, anywhere. Tencent Games intends to scale the platform to millions of gamers, with an experience that is consistent with playing locally on a gaming rig.

About NVIDIA
NVIDIA headquartered in Santa Clara, California, United States, is a global leader in technology and computer games. The company has redefined PC gaming market with modern computer graphics and revolutionized parallel computing. The company has evolved the GPU into a computer brain at the exciting intersection of virtual reality, high performance computing, and artificial intelligence. The GPU computing platform boosts scientific discovery, develop new Internet services, self-driving cars, or intelligent machines, and allows designers to immerse themselves in photorealistic virtual worlds

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