NVIDIA Manufacturing Newsletter - January 2013

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Manufacturing Newsletter
 
Volume 2, Issue 1 Read Newsletter Online
In this special edition of the NVIDIA Manufacturing newsletter, I’d like to draw attention to our expanded GPU Technology Conference (GTC). New for 2013, GTC includes multiple tracks on how the world’s leading manufacturing companies leverage GPU-driven digital design to increase innovation, produce higher quality, lower failure designs and get to market faster. This year the conference will also cover interesting topics on mobile and cloud computing. As we continue to add more sessions, check back often for updates.

So, please take a look at what our newly expanded conference can offer and register today!

As always, you can email us at manufacturing@nvidia.com with any questions.

Sincerely,
Andrew Cresci

General Manager, Design and Manufacturing Industries
 
GTC 2013:  Bringing together experts in design and engineering
Product manufacturing companies have dramatically shifted to using 3D modeling tools to help them get to market faster and beat the competition. At this conference, NVIDIA is bringing together experts in design and engineering to share their ideas and techniques.
 
What you’ll learn:
  • How design engineering companies are using advanced computer graphics at all stages of the product development life cycle, from concept to design and marketing.
  • How analytical simulations and photorealistic rendering can minimize physical prototypes.
  • How advances in desktop hardware, cloud solutions and mobile platforms are speeding up the design lifecycle.
 
Who should attend:
CTOs
CMOs
CIOs
General Managers
Sr. Designers
Sr. Engineers
CAD Group Managers
Visualization Group Managers
Simulation Group Managers
 
When and Where
GPU Technology Conference (GTC)
March 18-21, 2013
San Jose, California.
 
Learn more
  • Visit www.gputechconf.com/mfg and use promo code GM10NMN3 by February 18th for 30% off registration.
  • Sponsorship and exhibit hall spots are still available. Reach influential GTC buyers by contacting the GTC sponsorship team to discuss opportunities.
  • If you’re working on an exciting GPU-enabled project and would like to present at GTC, consider submitting a proposal.



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