Watch NVIDIA GTC 2021 on April 12  

    Watch NVIDIA GTC 2021 on April 12

    Watch NVIDIA GTC 2021 on April 12

    Last Updated: 12 Apr 2021 at 08:19

    Don’t blink. Accelerated computing is moving innovation forward faster than ever.

    And there’s no way to get smarter, quicker, about how it’s changing your world than to tune in to NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang’s GTC keynote Monday, April 12, starting at 8:30 a.m. PT.

    The keynote, delivered again from the kitchen in Huang’s home, will kick off a conference with more than 1,500 sessions covering just about every innovation — from quantum computing to AI — that benefits from moving faster.

    Factories of the Future and More….

    In his address, Huang will share the company’s vision for the future of computing from silicon to software to services, and from the edge to the data center to the cloud.

    A highlight: Huang will detail NVIDIA’s vision for manufacturing and you’ll get a chance to meet “Dave,” who is exploring the Factory of the Future.

    Be on the Hunt for Some Surprises

    And, to have a little quick fun, we’ve added a few surprises – so be on the lookout. Watch the @NVIDIAGTC Twitter handle for clues and more details.

    Stick Around

    There’s no need to register for GTC to watch the keynote. But if you’re inspired, it’s a great way to explore all the trends Huang will touch on at GTC — and more.

    For more than a decade, GTC has been the place to see innovations that have changed the world. More than 100,000 developers, researchers and IT professionals have already registered to join this year’s conference.

    Registration is free and open to all.

    Where to Watch

    Mark the date — April 12 at 8:30 a.m. PT — on your calendar. Here’s where you can watch live:

    U.S. and EMEA:

    Latin America:


    See you there.


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