Will NVIDIA's recently-released super-chip for mobile devices show up in tablets soon?
By Samuel Rech: Nvidia: A tale of two businesses Nvidia (NVDA) is a fabless developer of visual computing chips, which comprises two segments with very different business dynamics: On one hand, Nvidia's graphics processing units (GPU)...Show More Summary
ByBottom Up Investing: NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA) pioneered visual computing, the art and science of computer graphics. With its invention of the GPU, the field expanded to encompass video games, movie production, product design, medical diagnosis, and scientific research. Show More Summary
NVIDIA is aiming at the automotive industry with its Tegra mobile chips. A focus using the vast processing power of the Tegra K1 to perform driver assistance functions allows the company to differentiate itself from competitors like Intel.
By Alcaraz Research: China-centric tech websites are already ripe with rumors that Xiaomi's upcoming Mi3S smartphone won't be using an Nvidia (NVDA) Tegra K1 or Tegra 4i SoC. Phone Arena is also spreading the news that the Xiaomi Mi3S will be powered by a Qualcomm (QCOM) SnapDragon 801. Show More Summary
Apple’s CarPlay and Google’s Projected Mode might be taken by storm if NVIDIA has its way with its Tegra K1 …
Continuing our coverage of NVIDIA’s 2014 GPU Technology Conference, today we’re looking at NVIDIA’s Tegra-related announcements. As Tegra is primarily a consumer facing product, especially the pre-K1 parts, NVIDIA centers the bulk of their Tegra announcements around the annual Consumer Electronics Show in January. Show More Summary
Lenovo is best known for its ThinkPad laptops and newly acquired phone business, but the Chinese firm started making TVs a couple years ago, too. And now, it's the first one to build a set utilizing NVIDIA's new Tegra K1 chip. It's that super-powered...
NVIDIA's 2014 GTC (GPU Technology Conference) kicked off with a bang this morning in San Jose California, with NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang offering up a healthy dose of new information on next generation NVIDIA GPU technologies for the professional workstation, big data analytics, cloud computing, gaming and mobile markets. As members of the...
Wish you had your own personal supercomputer? Soon, you'll be able to buy one -- well, sort of. At its GPU Technology conference today, NVIDIA announced the Jetson TK1, a $192 Tegra K1-based development kit built on the same architecture that powers...
We're here in San Jose at the GPU Technology Conference where NVIDIA has just given us a sneak peek at its mobile product roadmap. We all saw the unveiling of its latest-generation mobile chip, the Tegra K1, at CES 2014 and now we know that "Erista" is the codename for its successor.
Tegra Erista will be the successor to this year's Tegra K1.
Chip maker Nvidia’s (NVDA) analyst day presentation gets underway later today, at 12 pm, Pacific time, 3 pm, Eastern. You can tune in via the company’s Webcast on its Web site. The shares currently are down 10 cents, or half a percent, at $18.35, as we wait for the hold music to end. As I [...]
Chip maker Nvidia’s (NVDA) analyst day presentation is getting underway. You can tune in via the company’s Webcast on its Web site. The shares currently are down 10 cents, or half a percent, at $18.35, as we wait for the hold music to end. As I wrote yesterday, analysts have been offering curtain-raisers to clients [...]
Back in February 2014, NVIDIA took the wraps off the Tegra 4i chipset which is one of the company’s newer mobile processors. While NVIDIA has been relatively quiet on the smartphone front, a phone by the name of the Wiko WAX was also announced and it will be the first smartphone in the world to take advantage of the Tegra 4i chipset. Show More Summary
MediaTek has been pushing its new octacore smart phone processors, and market leader Qualcomm has followed suit. But more cores aren't necessarily better, and NVIDIA's two-core version of its upcoming Tegra K1 makes a lot more sense than the octacore behemoths being powered by its competitors.
Much has already been said and written about the new NVIDIA Tegra K1. People now want to see which product becomes the first to be powered by this impressive chip. If there’s any weight to these claims, the first consumer product to be powered by the NVIDIA Tegra K1 might not be a smartphone or a tablet. Show More Summary
We’d seen some early benchmarks suggesting that NVIDIA’s new Tegra K1 system on a chip would absolutely crush the performance of any other SoC on the market and now we’ve got some confirmation. Neowin has spotted some new benchmarks for the Tegra K1 and they’ve once again found that NVIDIA’s newest chipset blows every other chip out of the water. Show More Summary
Mobile World Congress ended yesterday in Barcelona with a whimper — suddenly the work crews start coming by the knock down booths, and attendees are directedto the exits, politely but firmly, where the taxi lines form. In all there was much of the same, with slight variations. The chip battle for both baseband processors and [...]