NVIDIA shows signs ... [2008 - 2017]

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  1. ShaidarHaran

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    So because I can spell properly I worship the guy? :roll:
     
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    I did not say you worshiped him though if you say so I guess there is nothing wrong with that. To each their own and all that. I do say that knowing how to properly spell in English and spelling his last name are unrelated subjects. It seems relatively obscure to me hence your commendation.
     
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    http://www.nvidia.com/object/io_1247549017293.html

    Congrats to Nvidia, another big win against patent troll Rambus.
     
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    Q2 Estimates from JPR

    http://www.techreport.com/discussions.x/17294

     
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    Hrmm, the way that was written was sort of sensational. AMD is recovering much better than NV or Intel in GPUs (no shocker as they have credible IGPs and discrete).

    The marketshare hasn't shifted much though - AMD's still nosing towards 20% with NV a little under 30%.

    Actually if you look YoY, the market share shift was really from NV to Intel. AMD's marketshare is up 0.3%, NV is down 2% and Intel is up 3-4%.

    AMD's volume increased, as did Intel, NV actually declined.

    DK
     
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    The correct term is not "fired", it's "exorcised".
     
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    Charlie really bathes in it, doesn't he? Sad show.

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    It never, and i mean never, makes me feel good, when someone looses his job.
     
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    Well, Charlie don't like NV that we all know, but if you look at the forums he's fairly magnanimous. Also the twatter screenshot on the right says

    "Resigned from NVIDIA after 11 years..."

    So, did he walk, was he pushed?
     
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    I guess walk, because he also says he got an exciting new opportunity.

    but then again.. that's nvpr
     
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    I'm gonna miss him. He is truly a fun guy to be around. I remember the day he had me fixing his laptop at an Nvidia event.

    Every encounter I had with him he was just always hyper and enthusiastic.
     
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    So will I actually. Most of my time was spent with European PR, but I'd obviously bump into him at Editors Days and other such events and always rather enjoyed the conversations. Bumped into him again at this years GDC and had a chance to quickly catch up.

    I wish him well in his new venture.
     
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    So you should considering nvidia'a current financial situation is all your fault ;)
     
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    Yeah, seems like Charlie is viewing the world blinded via his personal emotions, really sad.

    BTW, twitter says,

    @dperez915 "Last day at NVIDIA...moving to Nashville...running marketing for nhl's nashville predators...cant wait!"
     
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    Going from tech industry PR to hockey league PR, that's a bit of a change. :)

    But if that's something he's always wanted to do, more power to him. :) I hope he's aware that sports fans can be even more vicious and vicarious than graphics card hardware fans. :shock:

    Regards,
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    When people try to blame him for a wrong decision, he can now just pass the puck...
     
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    Hehe, very witty!:)
     
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    Q2 results are in - http://finance.yahoo.com/news/NVIDIA-Reports-Financial-prnews-3891149770.html?x=0&.v=1

     
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    http://seekingalpha.com/article/154542-nvidia-f2q10-qtr-end-7-26-09-earnings-call-transcript?page=6

    Jen-Hsun Huang

    I think the general buzz around the industry is that we are by far the largest producers of 40-nanometer today and I think that that’s probably consistent. We have shipped more and earlier than just about anybody, and we haven’t spoken a lot about our 40-nanometer products because we have fabulous products that we are currently shipping and so we tend not to pre-announce products until the customers are really shipping themselves, and so we are ramping our 40-nanometer product now. By Q4, it will represent a very large portion of our revenue. It certainly won't represent the vast majority of it.

    Early next year I think it will continue to grow and my expectation is by about the Q3 timeframe, it will represent the vast majority of our products -- Q3 time for next year.


    Comments?
     
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    So now we're up at $315M for bumpgate.
     
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