NVIDIA has recently released Kepler, arguably among the best in GPU technology. The product is not falling short, and the company has some high hopes for this technology. In an e-mail, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang states that their plan is to extend Kepler’s influence to multiple platforms and even “superphones,” in the future.
“Today is just the beginning of Kepler. Because of its super energy-efficient architecture, we will extend GPUs into datacenters, to super thin notebooks, to superphones.” -Jen-Hsun Huang
This 28nm GPU technology is characterized by its performance and efficiency. It runs some of the most demanding graphics in a breeze. The first product with Kepler architecture happens to be the newly released GeForce GTX 680 GPU, which is for desktop PCs. But as this technology moves on to the mobile world, we could be seeing what brings mobile gaming the closest to console-quality gaming.
This may not be the easiest of tasks, but with some luck, we might be seeing this technology embedded into Tegra 4 or 5 chipsets. Take a look at the embedded video to see what this new processor is all about, and let the drooling begin.