About Nvidia

Nvidia Corporation is an American worldwide technology company based in Santa Clara, California. Nvidia manufactures graphics processing units (GPUs), as well as system on a chip units (SOCs) for the mobile computing market. Nvidia’s primary GPU product line, labeled “GeForce”, is in direct competition with Advanced Micro Devices’ (AMD) “Radeon” products.

Many companies are trying to inculcate more internet based features in their products but Nvidia is one company that is opting for a different approach. Internet involvement doesn’t only mean to use internet based technology, or sensors for data tracking rather it also involves making the devices to perform complex actions more quickly. This is exactly where NVIDIA outshines its competitors.

The Internet of things that Nvidia will be using would connect user’s car, home utilities and billions of things that were not connected before to the Internet. In the case of cars it means that along with connecting to the Internet, the cars would also drive themselves, this is what NVIDIA is heading towards.

Nvidia Details
Operating Status: Active
Business Type: Private
Founded: 1993
Headquarters: Santa Clara, California, United States
CEO: Jensen Huang
Founders: Chris Malachowsky, Curtis Priem, Jensen Huang
Nvidia News
Google Likely to Make a U-Turn in Huawei Ban, Chinese Giant Declines Any Charity
May 21st, 2019

US Commerce Department issued a temporary general license that lets Huawei buy US goods to maintain existing networks and continue providing wireless services. Google is reportedly set to reverse Huawei ban as well.

NVIDIA Inception Program to Push Cloud Computing Platform Ammut Ever Closer to Execution
May 14th, 2019

Ammut platform’s Ammut Network has been accepted into the NVIDIA Inception program and attracted investors to fastrack its further development.

Inclusion to NVIDIA Inception Program Propels AMMUT Closer to Normalizing Blockchain Use and Maximizing its Potential
May 2nd, 2019

A year ago, the core members of Ammut Network created a vision for developing the biggest decentralized supercomputer on the blockchain. Since then, the trio has raised $4 million from investors who believe in their project. Ammut Network has announced that they have been accepted as a member of NVIDIA’s elite Inception Program.

Google (GOOGL) Stock Rises on the Stadia Game Streaming Service Announcement
March 20th, 2019

Alphabet’s Google unveiled its new cloud-based video-game playing and sharing platform, Stadia, at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco on Tuesday afternoon.

Ripple Wins 17th Spot as the Best Place to Work in Silicon Valley
March 5th, 2019

Now Ripple will be known not only for its innovative solutions but also as a good place to work at. 91% of employees are happy about their work there.

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Ripple Pushes Its XRP-Powered xRapid Solution to Argentina and Brazil

Ripple’s xRapid, cross-border payment solution powered by XRP, forays into the new markets: Brazil and Argentina are now in its list.

The SEC-Registered Long-Term Stock Exchange: Another Try to Encourage Crypto Investments

SEC-approved Long-Term Stock Exchange set to enable companies raise funds using traditional means and empower investors committed to long-term success.

Tron (TRX) Futures Trading Now Available on OKEx

OXEx announced the launch of TRON (TRX) futures trading scheduled to become available on the exchange platform starting from 8:00 [CET, UTC+1] on May 20.

Google Suspends Business with Huawei after Trump Blacklisting

After the Trump administration blacklisted Huawei last week, tech companies in the U.S. including Google, have started mulling out options to cut ties with its Chinese counterpart Huawei.

Facebook Chooses Crypto-Friendly Switzeland for Its New FinTech Arm Libra Networks

Facebook has quietly registered its fintech company dubbed Libra Networks in Switzerland. The new arm is focused on blockchain, payments, data analytics, big data, and other techs.