There are plenty of companies diving into the Internet of Things, but NVIDIA's (NASDAQ:NVDA) one stock that's taking a different approach.
The Internet of Things (IoT) isn't just about making the technology that connects things to the Internet, or building sensors for data tracking. Sometimes it involves building the brains behind the devices that will allow them to process complex information quickly.
And that's where NVIDIA could excel.
The company's Tegra K1 and new Tegra X1 are powering semi-autonomous and autonomous vehicles on the road, and may be the next big things in visual information processing. To learn more about NVIDIA's massive potential in the Internet of Things, scroll through the presentation below.
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