Nvidia CEO: No CPUs, working with Globalfoundries possible
Nvidia is not planning to introduce CPUs or acquire VIA. The company's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang also revealed thoughts about Larrabee, Ion and more.
Q: how do you think of the current relation between AMD, Intel and NVIDIA?
Jen-Hsun: [...]We have no plan to enter into CPU market, as Intel and AMD have already done great enough. I don't think we can do even better, but we are capable of making the best GPUs.
Q: So is NVIDIA going to take over VIA?
Jen-Hsun: We will not acquire VIA.
Q: You said that NVIDIA was working on three models based on 40nm processing, and it seems that TSMC is having some problems on 40nm yield issue. Is NVIDIA planning to seek for another OEM just like Globalfoundries?
Jen-Hsun: [...]We're seriously evaluating and discussing about the possibilities of working with them.[...]
For more information see the full interview at expreview.com.
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