NVIDIA shows signs ... [2008 - 2017]

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    One would imagine that there's a drain in the middle of each pit. Either that, or… roof pools! Now that is what I call a positive work environment.
     
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    I hope for NVIDIA's sake that Apple doesn't have a patent on triangles with cropped corners. :)
     
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    I am surprised no one has posted this yet:
    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...lcomm-pay-up-after-demise-of-352-million-unit
     
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    Probably because it has little "news" value excepting the attached damages amount. Icera - while still an independent company- filed the suit against Qualcomm nearly a year before Nvidia acquired the company. I think the general feeling was that between all the antitrust litigation Qualcomm was likely to be undergoing ( such as the 2009 S.Korean judgement of $208m - since added to by the Chinese antitrust judgement of $975m, the Taiwanese, second S.Korean, and EU antitrust investigations) that the market might be a more of a level playing field. No such luck. As Intel, Samsung, LG, and others have demonstrated, achieving market dominance at the expense of rivals is more than worth the value of fines and compensatory judgements levied against them.
     
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    Yeah the value of doing moves like this, isn't just about what has happened but its on going for years after it is done too
     
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    http://blogs.barrons.com/techtrader...es-6-on-fyq1-beat-higher-q2-view/?mod=BOLBlog

     
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    Those datacenter numbers are quite impressive, both YoY and QoQ.
     
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    I'm surprised the tegra line actually increased as well, I was under the assumption shield isn't doing that great.
     
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    They say that it's due to automotive.
     
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    I wonder whether or not the datacenter numbers already contain sales of GP100.
     
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    Possible. But typically you only book sales when the product ships, as pre-orders are a form of liability until then.
     
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    I would expect them to show on next quarter as it was too close to the end of this one for orders to be booked from a fiscal perspective (would be on their internal financial forecast reports and they would be interesting reading) , in fact they sort of mention that with:
    • Unveiled the NVIDIA Tesla® P100 GPU, the most advanced accelerator ever built, based on the Pascal architecture.
    • Revealed the NVIDIA DGX-1™, the world's first deep-learning supercomputing in a box, with the computing throughput of more than 250 servers.
    • Joined Massachusetts General Hospital as the founding technology partner of the MGH Clinical Data Science Center to advance healthcare by applying AI to improve the detection, diagnosis, treatment and management of diseases
    So just announced, also didn't they say the 1st ones going out would be May/June?
    It will be easy to see when they show the even pre-orders, as just one of the big orders was for over $40m - replacing Kepler in one of the CERN associated supercomputer labs.
    That said there is a notable spike in Q1 17 financials for Datacenter.

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    Having read through the seekingalpha transcript, I have to agree. Most of the commentary around GP100 is written in future tense, even with regard to the first customers.
     
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