While mobile computing has been a key focus area and the largest segment for Nvidia’s Tegra business in the last few years, the company claims that automotive and SHIELD (Nvidia’s gaming device) now represent the vast majority of its Tegra revenue. Nvidia expects the two segments to be the biggest growth driver for its Tegra division in fiscal 2016.
The company's core GPU business more than made up for a decline in the mobile Tegra business.
Chipmaker's growth continues despite Tegra sales wobble Nvidia performed better than expected for the fourth quarter of its fiscal 2015 and for the year, with strong graphics processor sales buoyed by its swiftly growing application processor business.…
Nvidia's chief remains bullish on visual computing for cars.
Nvidia regained its growth momentum last year, and its revenue and net income for the first nine months increased by approximately 15% and 50%, respectively, over the prior year period. The company's focus on addressing the top 30% of...Show More Summary
A look at why NVIDIA's Tegra X1 could power a potential next-generation Nexus tablet.
Nvidia announced its Tegra X1 processor at CES 2015, one of the fastest mobile processors available, and Renovo Motors installed the X1 in its Coupe electric super car, showing how it could power an instrument cluster and center infotainment.
Earlier this week, chipmaker Nvidia unveiled the world's first "superchip," the Tegra X1. The Tegra X1 is incredibly powerful, boasting more processing power than the world's fastest supercomputer 15 years ago. F or now, the chip isShow More Summary
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang next to the “Renovo” prototype coupe running Nvidia’s “Tegra X1? processor, at the Nvidia booth at CES 2015. Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO of chip maker Nvidia (NVDA), is a veteran of the Consumer Electronics Show, having come out to Las Vegas for years and years, since back when it was the Comdex [...]
Nvidia’s focus this year on CES is on the Tegra X1 mobile chipset, a brand new SoC that offers desktop-like computing performance for a range of mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, but extending also to automobiles. Already,...Show More Summary
From its new supercomputer-esque mobile processor to a self-driving car platform, NVIDIA has big plans for 2015.
Most tablets in the market are currently using the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, but the Nvidia Shield Tablet and the Google Nexus 9 both have the Tegra X1, a new processor for cars, tablets and other devices. According to PCMag, the...Show More Summary
NVIDIA's keynote during their Sunday presentation in the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) which is currently held in Las Vegas focused on their next mobile "superchip," the NVIDIA Tegra X1.
Nvidia hopes to bring high-end graphics and processing power to smartphones with the Tegra X1 "super chip."
Nvidia has recently unveiled their Tegra X1 mobile processing chip. It's being hailed by the company as a ?mobile superchip?. The chip can do approximately 1.1 teraflops worth of calculations per second and is claimed to be as powerful as today's home consoles and PCs.Click To Continue Reading
Nvidia has announced its next-generation mobile chip in the form of the Tegra X1. The new chip offers one teraflop of processing power, and is built on the company’s Maxwell GPU architecture... Continue Reading Nvidia’s Tegra X1 offers...Show More Summary
During Nvidia's CES 2015 press conference, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang showed off the Drive PX computer, based on the just-announced Tegra X1 chip, enabling self-driving cars.