NVIDIA is racking up points in computer games, logging miles in driverless cars, and going deep into data centers. The Santa Clara, California-based company's graphics processing units (GPUs) are used to generate computer game images in many PCs and game consoles in the gaming market. What's more, its GPUs work well in applications for autonomous vehicles and deep learning, a branch of artificial intelligence. NVIDIA's GPU brands are GeForce for games, Quadro for designers and digital artists, and Tesla and DGX for scientists and researchers. Its Tegra line of system-on-a-chip devices is for mobile gaming and entertainment, as well as autonomous robots, drones, and cars. The company generates the most revenue in Taiwan. In 2019, NVIDIA agreed to buy chipmaker Mellanox for $6.9 billion.
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- ASSETS (MIL USD) 28,791
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- TICKER SYMBOL NVDA
- Year Started 1993
- Incorporated 1998
- FISCAL YEAR END JAN
- SALES GROWTH % 52.73%
- NET INCOME GROWTH 54.94%
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