Constructing the Brain of a Self-Driving Car GIGABYTE’s High Density Servers Help Technology Innovator Develop Algorithm for Autonomous Vehicle
An Israeli developer of autonomous driving technology needed to upload a huge amount of data after each test drive to train its artificial intelligence through deep learning. GIGABYTE’s High Density Servers helped the client develop the algorithm faster with four key benefits. Says the client, “It’s awesome!”
Speedup in-game grinding with the high-speed screen display: What’s the difference between 60Hz, 144Hz, and 240Hz refresh rate?
To maximize the gaming experience, the refresh rate of your screen should keep up with current trends. The refresh rate and the frame rate (expressed in frames per second or FPS) are often-heard terminologies. Nevertheless, what do these terminologies and figures mean? How are they related to actual gameplay? This article will give you a clear explanation.
Witness the Sophisticated Craftsmanship: Unveiling the Birth of AORUS 15G
AORUS teamed up with the world’s top-tier Esports teams to build the best gear for professional players. Let’s find out how G2 Esports certified AORUS 15G was born through this exclusive interview.
Over 100,000 Pokémon Fanatics Gather to Catch ‘Em All - See How GIGABYTE’s High Density Servers Help Maintain Law & Order
Large scale events can lead to a sudden surge in crowds, creating cellular network congestion. Even if the user capacity of a cell tower user is upgraded, the network operator is still unable to cope with an abrupt increase in demand. In 2019 Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) therefore designed and built a “Private Cell Mobile Command Vehicle”, which can deploy a pre-5G private cellular network to avoid the problem of commercial network traffic jams. The vehicle provides the New Taipei City Police Department with smooth, uninterrupted cellular network service, allowing the police staff to remotely monitor real time footage of large scale events and deploy police resources where needed, increasing the efficiency of providing event security and safety. GIGABYTE’s H-Series High Density Servers are also helping to support ITRI’s “Private Cell Mobile Command Vehicle” by reducing the complexity of back-end infrastructure – each server combines computing, storage and networking into a single system, allowing for resources to be centralized and shared across different applications. The servers also optimize the use of time and manpower by combining and centralizing applications to simplify management procedures.
GIGABYTE’s GPU Servers Help Improve Oil & Gas Exploration Efficiency
GPU-accelerated servers are used in industries such as oil and gas exploration to deliver powerful computing capabilities, helping to quickly and accurately analyze large and complex data sets to reduce exploration costs. GIGABYTE uses industry-leading HPC technologies to provide customers in the oil and gas industry with GPU-accelerated servers that deliver top-tier computing performance.
Storage Systems are Extremely Important for Business Continuity
In an era of increasing technological advancement, an important issue for enterprises and the key to maintaining business continuity is how to prevent important data from being accidentally lost due to human error, deliberately deleted or even stolen.
2020 Ultimate Laptop Visual Experience - Showcasing 4K OLED and Mini LED Displays
Panel technology is continuously undergoing development and several kinds of panels, from the multi - process LCD, the exclusive True Black OLED, to the latest high - brightness Mini LED are due to be released this year. With a wide variety of panel specificat ions available, is the latest technology always the best approach, or is it just a way to attract consumers?
A Content Creator’s Guide: How to choose the ideal  laptop in 2020
There are hundred kinds of laptops on the market: which one is able to meet your requirements? How to pick the most suitable screen, processor, graphics card and RAM? This article has everything you need to know. Check it out now!
What is Edge Computing? Definition and Cases Explained.
Edge Computing: computing performed physically or logically as close as possible to where data is created and commands are executed. Offering excellent advantages in latency reduction for applications relying on real-time decision making.
Half the Thickness & Half the Weight  2020 All-new Gaming Notebook with a Mechanical Keyboard
This year, 2020, Gigabyte Notebook brought mechanical keyboards back into play and is dedicated to making notebooks more compact than ever while being a pleasure to touch and use and is half the weight and half the thickness.
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