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Wednesday, 05 January 2011 21:31

Jensen gets excited about mobile

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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CES 2011: New market for the new decade
This particular CES changed the technology landscape the way we know it. It is perfectly clear that there is a mobile computing revolution going on.

It is as significant as Comdex 1995 where they recognized that Windows 95 can change the world. Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang believes that this can happen in 2010's with mobile computing.

In 2000's Internet has changed the world. Every 10 years the time is ripe for a revolution - software, displays, networks, etc., get better. Now however, it’s time for mobile devices.

This is what gets Jensen really excited, and no wonder since Nvidia invested billions in its Tegra strategy. Luckily for Jensen even it got delayed for over a year it’s finally all falling into place.


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