"Our investment in mobile computing and parallel computing now drives our growth," says CEO Jen-Hsung Huang. The Tegra family of mobile processors, based on technology from ARM Holdings
Huang hedged that transformative statement by noting his company's "leadership in visual computing," though Advanced Micro Devices
The fourth quarter's $0.23 of non-GAAP earnings per share easily crushed the $0.16 analyst target, though Tegra 2 has only recently begun shipping in volume to tablet and smartphone makers including Motorola Mobility
If that weren't enough to give Texas Instruments
There's no doubt in my mind that NVIDIA will soon embrace the mobile market wholeheartedly, making graphics chips into a complementary hobby, rather than the core competency it's supposed to be today. Given where the growth is (and isn't) in the tech sector today, that's not a bad thing at all.
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