Nvidia chief executive Jen-Hsun Huang believes that the revolution in mobile computing electronics, driven by demand for smartphones and tablets, will eventually disrupt both the PC and server markets as well.
Never say die: Jen-Hsun Huang has reinvented his graphics chip firm Nvidia three times now. And he just keeps going.
Nvidia reported a strong fiscal fourth quarter and said it was upbeat about the potential for its Tegra 2 mobile phone chips to be used in a raft of new smartphones and tablets.
For years, Mike Rayfield had a lonely job as the top mobile exec at graphics chipmaker Nvidia. Nvidia has always been a beast in graphics chips for PCs, but its processors for mobile phones haven’t been huge sellers.
Intel has agreed to pay $1.5 billion to graphics chip maker Nvidia in a new six-year patent license agreement. The deal represents a huge sea change in the future of the chip industry.