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Wednesday, 25 July 2007 09:41

Nvidia's CEO claims notebook dominance

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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Jensen claims no 1 in notebooks


In last weeks investors conference call, Jensen of Nvidia and the CEO of the company said that the company is today number one in desktop and at the same time number one in the notebook market.

As you are usually supposed to tell the truth to your investors, this would mean that ATI lost at least 20 to 30 percent market share in notebook GPUs to Nvidia. We will certainly check these claims and will try to get the numbers.


GeForce including GoForce, the mobile version of the chipset, is doing exceptionally well, but the notebook market for discrete graphic is still tiny and it is about four times smaller than the desktop market.

 

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