Graphics chip maker NVIDIA
Well, for a start, NVIDIA is one of the few companies that is enjoying more demand than it can handle. Its newest 28-nanometer Kepler-based GPUs, which find a prominent place in next-gen notebooks where Intel's
Coming back to NVIDIA, business has been brisk for its precious few Kepler GPUs, with Apple
NVIDIA is also slated to release its very own Tegra 3 Icera baseband chips by the first half of next year. With Qualcomm currently facing problems with its 28-nanometer LTE baseband chips, NVIDIA can take advantage of the situation and boost sales of its Icera baseband products.
The Foolish bottom line
NVIDIA does have a solid financial standing with more than $3 billion in total cash and equivalents on its balance sheet. Add to that debt amounting to a meager $20 million, and you have a relatively solid company with fairly decent fundamentals.
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Keki Fatakia does not hold shares in any of the companies mentioned in this article.
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