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NVIDIA promises to rock participants at Campus Party Brasil 2013

 
 
O Tegra 4i proporciona em um único chip o maior desempenho que qualquer processador de smartphone pode oferecer. A novidade será demonstrada no MWC 2013, na Espanha.
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NVIDIA will be at Campus Party Brasil 2013, which will be held from January 28 through February 3, at the Anhembi Convention Center, in São Paulo. In its booth named GeForce GTX Team, NVIDIA will conduct a series of activities for participants of the world’s largest event for technological innovation, internet, and electronic network entertainment.

Among the activities prepared for the event is a partnership with RIOT Games, including a League of Legends tournament and the presence of a team from Pain Razer Gaming. All of the machines used by NVIDIA at the event were assembled by X5 Computers using GPUs NVIDIA GeForce GTX. The equipment will be used during the tournaments organized by Campus Party Brasil and they will also be made available to participants so they can experience the best graphic processing on the market.

“We’ll be located inside the ARENA, where we will be better able to interact with participants at the event,” says Leo De Biase, marketing manager for NVIDIA in Brazil. “With that in mind, we’ve already scheduled a series of activities involving social networks, raffles for giveaways offered by our partners, and game tournaments, in addition to lectures presented by our company’s executives,” adds De Biase.

And the news doesn’t stop there: Dawn, NVIDIA’s famous fairy logo, will make her first appearance on Brazilian soil and will interact with the participants on site. NVIDIA executives will get up on stage at the Stadium space on two occasions: on Jan/30 (Wednesday), at 2:30 p.m., Richard Cameron, NVIDIA country manager for Brazil, will speak to participants about technologies that will revolutionize videogames in the next five years and also about Project Shield. And on Jan/31 (Thursday), at 5 p.m., Arnaldo Tavares, the sales manager for the NVIDIA Tesla line in the Southern Cone, will highlight the importance of supercomputing for both academics and for those who are thinking about going to college to study computer science.

And there’s more. Throughout the event, NVIDIA will promote activities between on-site participants and those participating through social networks (NVIDIA Brasil on Facebook and @nvidiabrasil on Twitter) to award participants in the game tournaments, in activities being held, and other giveaways to be distributed during the event. NVIDIA wants to acknowledge the support of its partners: X5 Computadores, Riot Games, EVGA, PNY, BenQ, Zotac, Kingston, Mega Mamute and Kabum.

Campus Party 2013 – Parque Anhembi, São Paulo/SP
GeForce GTX Campus Team - Digital entertainment area, January 28 through February 3

Lectures
Stadium stage
Jan/30, at 2:30 p.m. – The technologies that will revolutionize videogames
Richard Cameron, NVIDIA country manager in Brazil

Stadium stage
Jan/31 at 5 p.m. – Supercomputers with GPU: Accelerating Scientific Research
Arnaldo Tavares, sales manager for the NVIDIA Tesla line in the Southern Cone

A NVIDIA anuncia seu primeiro processador móvel 4G LTE totalmente integrado, o NVIDIA® Tegra® 4i, que é bem mais rápido, mas com a metade do tamanho do concorrente mais próximo. Sob o antigo codinome de “Projeto Grey”, o processador Tegra 4i traz uma GPU NVIDIA com 60 núcleos personalizados; uma CPU quad-core baseada no núcleo mais novo e mais eficiente da ARM — a CPU R4 Cortex-A9 — além de um quinto núcleo para economizar bateria, e uma versão do modem NVIDIA i500 LTE otimizado para integração. Resultado: um processador móvel compacto com uso extremamente eficiente de energia, que possibilita desempenho e recursos de smartphone antes disponíveis apenas em supertelefones bem caros.

Serviço:
Mobile World Congress 2013 - www.mobileworldcongress.com

De 25 a 28 de fevereiro, em Barcelona na Espanha
Estande NVIDIA: número 110, no corredor 07

Acerca de NVIDIA
(NASDAQ: NVDA) awakened the world to computer graphics when it invented the GPU in 1999. Today, its processors power a broad range of products from smartphones to supercomputers. NVIDIA’s mobile processors are used in cell phones, tablets and auto infotainment systems. PC gamers rely on GPUs to enjoy spectacularly immersive worlds. Professionals use them to create 3D graphics and visual effects in movies and to design everything from golf clubs to jumbo jets. And researchers utilize GPUs to advance the frontiers of science with high performance computing. Founded in 1993, and headquartered in California, NVIDIA holds more than 5 thousand patents. With sales of US$ 4 billion in the fiscal year of 2011/12, the company employs 6,800 professionals and operates in more than 20 countries, including Brazil. For more information: www.nvidia.com.br e nas mídias sociais (NVIDIA Brasil no Facebook e @nvidiabrasil no Twitter).

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