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Wednesday, 20 February 2008 10:46

Nvidia prepares Nvision 2008 in the USA

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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A partner pay-up conference


Nvidia is working on its infamous Nvision event, and after a pause it decided to hold this event in San Jose.

The last two events that we can remember were in Cannes, an event to remember when Jensen apologized to its partners for messing up the NV30. The next year in Sardinia, Italy the event was accompanied by a storm and bad weather for three days and a lot of lost baggage for Nvidia partners due to an Air Italia strike.

Now Nvidia wants to get this event to American soil and it plans to organize this event from August 25th through the 27th of 2008.

If you are Nvidia’s partner, you had better call for your invitation; but from what we’ve seen, the top notch sponsorship will cost a hefty US$100.000, so you need to be ready to give some money to the green greed machine.

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