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NVIDIA Project Denver and the fate of x86

Posted on Saturday, February 26 2011 @ 00:56:00 CET by


ARS Technica has written an interesting piece of about the evolution of ARM-based platforms like NVIDIA's Tegra and the fate of x86, you can read it over here.
At a dinner this week with members of the press, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang laid out his view of NVIDIA's past, present, and future in light of recent developments in the processor market. Jen-Hsun's remarks are worth looking at in some detail, as much for what they say about Intel as what they say about NVIDIA. We'll recap Jen-Hsun's take on the processor and GPU markets, followed by a look at the implications of the trends he references for the future of Intel, the x86 instruction set architecture (ISA), ARM, and the CPU market as a whole. Ultimately, we could even see Intel get back into the ARM market, a market where it had considerable success with its XScale line before betting the farm on x86.




 



 

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