@help.fulguy- thanks for the constructive criticism. This is a brief story about Nvidia's very solid results for calendar Q3, and the quote from Jen-Hsun is what he actually said. Being that it's a downturn and that Tegra 3 was just officially launched last week, I'm not all that surprised by the Tegra revenue prediction. But if you have other info about Tegra and it being "manhandled" by Omap, please dish. Thanks again for the note.
I dont know why EETimes writes such junky articles and not question the source, before they quote them. Jen-Hsun said that "he is expecting strong growth for Tegra next year". Did the EETimes author cared to check that Nvidia guided Flat Q4'11 revenue growth for Tegra? Where is the journalistic acumen? Are you guys just pencil pushers? Tegra is getting beaten by OMAP (I should say man-handled!). Even after the launch of Tegra3, which Nvidia touts as the greatest design ever done on ARM, they expect zero revenue increase from Tegra line in Q4'11. Did anybody care to write about that? Rick? Dylan? Peter? Junko? Are you guys too busy writing meaningless articles on touchy feely Intel crap and ARM -vs- Intel crap, when you have data in front of you. Can you do the homework, before you write?
GPU and the video market will remain NVIDIA's for some more years. The big question is will they continue to innovate to stay top? I am impressed on how this company has been executing and dominating this sector for years now,
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