Nvidia: Revolutionizing Office Technology with Giggle-Worthy AI Powerhouses
The name Nvidia is not commonly mentioned in your copiers sales meetings or talk tracks. But this is a big deal and a pivot point.
First, who is Nvidia? Founded in 1993, NVIDIA Corporation is a leading global tech company, known for manufacturing graphics processors, mobile technologies, and desktop computers. Renowned for its high-end graphics processing units (GPUs), its integrated circuits are used widely in gaming consoles and PCs. NVIDIA is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.
- Nvidia makes chips specifically designed for Artificial intelligence
- Nvidia’s revenue is going through the roof, expecting to make the company part of the trillion-dollar club
- Nvidia is helping to manufacture PCs designed to host and run localized AI systems
This is for you. New computers for companies that fit your prospect profile. These PCs will be different from what we have on our desks today. The AI will be native to the hardware, similar to ChatGPT, and utilize an existing, internal database for research and training thereby providing a physical layer of security.
As the world moves further away from moving data around on paper, you’re looking for ways to diversify. Artificial Intelligence is a movement that impacts every single niche, industry, and product line; from consumer(B2C) to corporations(B2B). AI is absorbing manual daily processes, digitizing workflows, and reducing hardcopy; it has been said that AI lets two people do the work of ten (knowledge workers).
The copier industry is looking for different ways to pivot into adjacent industries, new types of computers, and local AI solutions is an area you should be following. Asus, a PC manufacturer, is bringing out systems designed specifically for AI with special Nvidia architecture and a built-in platform similar to ChatGPT. The system is intended for offices.
AI innovation moves much faster than anything we’ve seen before in the office technology realm the time is now. Not five years from now. AI in business will be immersive and Nvidia is one of a few bleeding-edge companies to keep an eye on.
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– Greg Walters, Head Writer