NVIDIA creates integrated circuits for motherboard chip-sets, graphics processing units, and gaming consoles.
Nvidia Corporation is a global technology firm headquartered in Santa Clara, California. Nvidia develops graphics processing units (GPUs) and system on a chip (SOCs) for the mobile computing industry. Nvidia’s main GPU product line, dubbed “GeForce,” competes directly with Advanced Micro Devices’ (AMD) “Radeon” GPUs.
Many firms are attempting to incorporate more internet-based capabilities into their products, but Nvidia is taking a different approach. Internet participation entails not just using internet-based technologies or sensors for data monitoring, but also helping the equipment do complicated activities more swiftly. This is where NVIDIA outperforms its competition.
Nvidia’s Internet of Devices will link users’ cars, residential utilities, and billions of previously unconnected things to the Internet. In the case of vehicles, this implies that, in addition to connecting to the Internet, the cars will be able to drive themselves, which is what NVIDIA is aiming towards.
- Operating Status: Active
- Business Type: Public
- Headquarters: Santa Clara, California, United States
- Founded Date: Feb 1st, 1993
- Organization CEO: Jensen Huang
- Founders: Chris Malachowsky, Curtis Priem, Jensen Huang