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Thursday, 21 February 2013 11:38

Nvidia outlines campus plans

Written by Fudzilla staff

Shocker, it looks like a 3D mesh

 

Nvidia has shed more light on its plans to build a huge campus in Satan Clara. The campus is Nvidia’s idea of celebrating its 20th anniversary and telling the world business is going well.

Writing in its bog, Nvidia recalls its humble beginnings and technological milestones that helped transform it into a major semicon player. In two decades, the three person startup has grown to 8,000 staff across more than 40 sites, ranging from Taipei, Shanghai, Boston, Bangalore to Sophia and Moscow.

So now Nvidia plans to move into a new campus, right across the street from where it started twenty years ago. Nvidia says the campus “will be as distinctive as our company” and it’s hardly a surprise that it is styled to resemble an un-rendered 3D model with a noise modifier on top.

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