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NVIDIA sees tons of exciting Tegra opportunities

Posted on Monday, March 22 2010 @ 20:42:47 CET by


NVIDIA Tegra business unit spokesman Bruce Chan reveals customers are working on over 50 Tegra based products:
“There are a ton of exciting opportunities for us to work on, and you can expect we'll allocate our resources appropriately. One of Nvidia’s great strengths is that we're nimble enough to redeploy resources quickly as business opportunities arise. Tegra has drawn an amazing response from the market,” said Bruce Chan, a spokesman for Nvidia’s Tegra business unit.

One of the main questions at the moment is whether the new Tegra development group will concentrate on a broad lineup of off-the-shelf SoCs, or it will focus on making custom system-on-chips in accordance with concrete demands from Nvidia’s customers. Nvidia does not want to answer this question directly due to natural business reasons.

“We continue to work closely with our partners and customers to support the 50+ Tegra products currently in development,” said Mr. Chan.



 






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Re: NVIDIA sees tons of exciting Tegra opportunities
by Anonymous on Tuesday, March 23 2010 @ 03:22:38 CET
Frankly if you can't get DX11 into your entire lineup next to immediately (months, not years), then you'd better make all the money you would have made selling GPU's on CUDA sales. Somehow, I don't see that happening.

If I'm choosing DX11 or CUDA, you want to know what I care about? Hint, it's not this CUDA thing where you've been spending your time and resources...



 

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