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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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-1 #1 Bl0bb3r 2011-01-05 22:28
"Jen-Hsun Huang believes that this can happen in 2010's with mobile computing"

Nah... I didn't see that one happening last year. Does he still live in the past? Oh boy, so that's why their failing in every market!
 
 
-7 #2 Naterm 2011-01-05 23:09
I think he means the decade, not the year.

Furthermore, nVidia has pushed into two new markets. They've got a load of SoCs powering phones about to hit the market and their HPC accelerators power three out of the top ten supercomputers in the world. Yeah, they were late with both of those. Better to get there late than not at all. AMD is still chasing intel around and getting nothing but debt for it's efforts.
 
 
+3 #3 Bors Mistral 2011-01-06 00:41
With a headline like that I almost expected that once I click I'll see an image of an excited Jensen holding in hand his... mobile.
 
 
+6 #4 East17 2011-01-06 02:10
Sure, sure .. revolution this .. bla bla .. revolution that .. bla bla ... THey'd better get to work and colaborate with AMD on OpenCL or DirectCompute ... or both .. just to make sure they have a common platform where their products can demonstrate their superiority in GPGPU versus Intel's crappy implementations .

As the situation stand now, IT'S ALL IN THE SOFTWARE. Or there are still nut-jobs around that believe a SandyBridge CPU is better at GPGPU computing than an AMD 6970 or a nVIDIA 580 !??

How come Intel managed to build a software that uses their embedded GPU right and AMD and nVIDIA only use less than 5% of the performance offered by their GPUs ?

They should work together on GPGPU development platform.
 
 
-2 #5 Naterm 2011-01-06 04:12
WTF are you talking about? nVidia has outstanding GPGPU performance. GPGPU just hasn't made it into the consumer space yet, with the focus shifting towards mobile platforms who knows when it finally will.

Honestly, if Larrabee had been launched, I think the GPU compute landscape would look at a lot better for consumer applications. Unfortunately, that didn't happen.

I like how idiots on this site downrate a comment that they don't like, but that is factual. AMD is so financially desperate or whatever that they're not developing promising new products for new applications. We got Bobcat for netbooks, a transient market, a flash in the pan. One that's trending downward.
 
 
0 #6 oblivion 2011-01-06 09:57
@Natern

:-x

you sir is an idiot

nvidia's gpgpu is gargabe especially on video transcoding
http://www.anandtech.com/show/4083/the-sandy-bridge-review-intel-core-i7-2600k-i5-2500k-core-i3-2100-tested/9
 
 
-2 #7 inaphasia 2011-01-06 10:02
Funny how the only two comments here that make sense are in the "red".
 
 
-2 #8 Naterm 2011-01-06 11:17
Quoting oblivion:
@Natern

:-x

you sir is an idiot

nvidia's gpgpu is gargabe especially on video transcoding
http://www.anandtech.com/show/4083/the-sandy-bridge-review-intel-core-i7-2600k-i5-2500k-core-i3-2100-tested/9


No sire, you're the idiot. Video transcoding isn't that easy to do on a GPU in the first place and it's can only be parallelized so far. There are inherently serial segments and you also have to deal with trying to keep everything on the GPU itself. You pay a hefty performance penalty for accessing any off GPU resources.

Look how well nVidia's GPUs do with REAL parallel workloads.
 
 
-4 #9 Naterm 2011-01-06 11:20
Quoting inaphasia:
Funny how the only two comments here that make sense are in the "red".



This site is mainly home to fanboys that get butthurt when you criticize some aspect of company X, particularly AMD. Note, these people probably don't own any AMD stock. If they did, they'd be tired of AMD's lack of, well, anything related to making profits.
 
 
-1 #10 oblivion 2011-01-06 11:21
@Naterm

blah blah blah

lmao, please stop making your self look smart

did you see the garbage quality nvidia produces or you let your mouth work first before your brain?
 

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