NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang told analysts that his company has secured 200 design wins for laptops in 2011, a significant increase compared to this year's 125 design wins:
Nvidia, which competes against Advanced Micro Devices, won designs to include its graphics chips in about 125 notebook personal computers for 2010. Chief executive Jen-Hsun Huang recently told analysts he expects to take his company's share of the notebook market to an all-time high.
Intel's next-generation Sandy Bridge processors, which include integrated graphics, are due to ship heavily beginning in early 2011.
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Re: NVIDIA: 200 notebook design wins for 2011 by Anonymous on Wednesday, December 08 2010 @ 02:59:36 CET
AMD had a year to get drivers right. They got partway there, but not as far as they should have. Glitchy chips further create headaches for AMD.
A LOT of users are going back to Nvidia for mobiles. Hopefully AMD can keep going and get more things right in 2011.