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[fudzilla] Nvidia reiterates high-end SoC strategy

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In a recent conference call Nvidia Head of Investor Relations Rob Csongor outlined the company’s long-term Tegra strategy. Nvidia will continue to focus on high-end SoCs, Csongor pointed out. He compared Tegra to Nvidia’s GPU business, stressing that Nvidia simply doesn’t care about low-end GPUs anymore, as that market segment is covered by integrated graphics.

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More performance and more competition is always welcome in the SOC space, although I would prefer more focus on battery life optimization/low power state management instead of this race for 4K Tablet ready SOCs.

It will be interesting to see how Nvidia's integrated LTE tech competes with Qualcomm's.
Edited by sherlock - 11/26/13 at 11:25am
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It will be interesting to see how Nvidia's integrated LTE tech competes with Qualcomm's.

Qualcomm is light-years ahead of everyone else in this regard. Good luck to NVIDIA.
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Qualcomm is light-years ahead of everyone else in this regard. Good luck to NVIDIA.

Yep. Qualcomm's been in the lead for a while. And another interesting fact is this: Google has introduced a new android API with it's knew Android 4.4 KitKat a known as ART (android run time). This feature promises to enhance loading speed and performance of applications and also increase battery life. The only downside to it is longer installation time (which is still short), along with a long lasting first time boot into that mode.

This feature only works on Qualcomm chips (my guess is that it's optimized for qualcomm). This means the smart choice would logically always be Qualcomm.
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Yes and the 805 is just a stopgap on 28nm HPM until they release the proper 20nm SoC for 2014.
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Yep. Qualcomm's been in the lead for a while. And another interesting fact is this: Google has introduced a new android API with it's knew Android 4.4 KitKat a known as ART (android run time). This feature promises to enhance loading speed and performance of applications and also increase battery life. The only downside to it is longer installation time (which is still short), along with a long lasting first time boot into that mode.

This feature only works on Qualcomm chips (my guess is that it's optimized for qualcomm). This means the smart choice would logically always be Qualcomm.
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I am more optimistic about Qualcomm, more advanced technologykA7FwG
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I am more optimistic about Qualcomm, more advanced technologykA7FwG

Agreed, we might have a replay of Tegra 3 vs MSM8960(Snapdragon S4 Pro), same launch time(Q1 2012), Nvidia have the performance edge but a process tech disadvantage( 40nm A9 vs 28nm Krait 200 ).

If Tegra 5 is going to launch with Quad 28nm A15 in late Q2-early Q3 2012 and Qualcomm answers with a Quad core 20nm SOC with reasonably close performance and significantly better battery life , Qualcomm would probably come out on top.
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Yes,you need't to know too much.:rolleyes:This feature promises to enhance loading speed and performance of applications and also increase battery life. The only downside to it is longer installation time (which is still short), along with a long lasting first time boot into that mode.
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Yes,you need't to know too much.:rolleyes:This feature promises to enhance loading speed and performance of applications and also increase battery life. The only downside to it is longer installation time (which is still short), along with a long lasting first time boot into that mode.
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Is there a misunderstanding here Nvidia boy? If the first (and one time only) long lasting fast boot is bothering you then you're just nit picking. Because all boots after that are faster/normal.
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