NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun talks about NV40

Posted on Wednesday, March 03 2004 @ 22:02 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Morgan Stanley Semiconductor and Systems Conference was held earlier today, and among the speakers was NVDIA’s CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang there to discuss NVIDIA’s business and its prospects. Very early on in the conference Jen-Hsun was asked if he’d like to talk about the NV4x generation of parts to which, in a possible reference to the performance of the NV3x generation, his quick response was "Nothing would give me more pleasure to talk about NV4x", and so he did.

Jen-Hsun noted that that NV4x series was a new architectural generation that has been designed to offer specific goals: give more programmability, more performance, take advantage of the PCI-Express platform, have higher yields and to be very scalable.
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