Can NVIDIA Turn Around Tegra in 2014?
Feb 8th 2014 11:00AM
Updated Feb 8th 2014 11:02AM
NVIDIA is the world's leading vendor of graphics processing units -- specialized processors used to render graphics as well as perform more general computing tasks -- for PCs, workstations, and high-performance computers. However, in order to amplify its growth, the company has been aggressively expanding into the mobile market, currently dominated by Qualcomm .
With a fresh lineup of new and exciting products such as the Tegra 4i and the Tegra K1, can NVIDIA regain the momentum that it once had with its prior-generation Tegra 2/3 products? Join Evan Niu, CFA and Fool contributor Ashraf Eassa as they discuss NVIDIA's long-term prospects in mobile.
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