NVDANVIDIA Corporation Common Stock Nasdaq Global Select
NVIDIA Corporation Common Stock 2788 San Tomas Expressway Santa Clara CA, 95051 http://www.nvidia.comNVIDIA Corp is a developer of graphics processing unit. It caters to areas like gaming, professional visualization, datacenter and automobiles.
- CEO: Jen-Hsun Huang
- Employees: 11,528
- Sector: Technology
- Industry: Semiconductors
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- Why NVIDIA Can Thrive Through a Downturn
NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) stock has been on a tear over the recent economic-growth upturn. In this video from "The Five" from Motley Fool Live, recorded on Oct. 12, Fool contributors Jose Najarro and Brian Withers discuss the assets that should help NVIDIA continue growing even if economic conditions worsen. Brian Withers: All right, Jose, what stock do you have regardless of economic conditions in the next year or two that you like?View More →
- Chip tech firm Arm plans to slash development time for connected devices
Arm Ltd, the British chip technology firm in the midst of a $54 billion takeover by Nvidia Corp, on Monday announced tools aimed at cutting the development time of so-called "internet of things" connected devices by some 40%. For decades, the process of developing most computing devices saw chips and hardware first completed, then prototypes passed on to software developers to write code for the chips. Arm on Monday released tools that it hopes will let makers of "internet of things" devices, from connected traffic control lights to smart home appliances, develop their chips and code at the same time, shaving two years off the typical five-year timeline to create a device.View More →