NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) is now open for business — the business of registering attendees for their 2018 flagship event. GTC explores and expands upon the company’s ever-broadening silicon and software ecosystem around deep learning, artificial intelligence and raw compute power.
Following the game development-centered conference mainstay GDC 2018 by a few days, GTC will take place from March 26-29, 2018, in San Jose, California.
While gamers and game developers have seemed to become less of a focus if only because NVIDIA’s vision has expanded, gaming remains a key part of their business. In fact, the gaming market for NVIDIA has seen a 25% year-over-year growth in revenue from Q3 2016 to 2017. Gaming remains their single largest market vertical at $1,561 million revenue in this quarter. That data tidbit should suggest there will be plenty to see at GTC 2018, even if much of the spotlight shines on enterprise-level AI and deep learning.
Early bird registration for the GPU Technology Conference is on the table until February 16th, 2018, with a range of attendance options from expo-only to conference and training.
Bonus: while the window to submit talks and labs for GTC 2018 is now closed, the call for poster sessions remains open until January 12, 2018. In the meantime, check out the official GPU Conference Technology site for more info and news about NVIDIA and GTC.