While the Tegra line of mobile processors has used the 32-bit ARM Cortex line of CPU IP cores to date, NVIDIA announced back in 2011 that it had taken an architecture license for the 64-bit ARMv8 instruction set and was building a custom ARM core. The result is Project Denver. The company had been quietly building a design team to chart its own unique path in CPU design prior to the announcement. NVIDIA (finally) gave the outside world the first peek at Project Denver’s architecture at Hot Chips 26.
- 4/9/16 - Computer World India - "AMD didn't share details on specific CPU performance improvements but expect single- to low double-digit performance increases. Until Zen, users won't see a significant CPU performance change in AMD's chips" - Jim McGregor
- 4/9/16 - E-Commerce Times - "Communication companies like Comcast and Verizon are trying to monetize the bit delivery service with media that can deliver more margins -- or that's the theory." - Kevin Krewell
- 4/8/16 - Albany Daily Star - “The split will be good. It will allow them to focus on product development, infrastructure software and help redefine (PCs and printers). They can legitimize 3-D printing, for example.” - Paul Teich
- 4/6/16 - E-Commerce Times - "Broadcasting NFL games is definitely something new and unique, but it may be too far of a stretch and not really the interactive or community experience you would expect from Twitter." - Jim McGregor
- 4/5/16 - Tech News World - "We're still in the early stages of developing electronic systems that can mimic the capabilities of the human brain, but it's not the system that's the ultimate goal. It's the applications of the system to increase productivity and solve problems that can't be solved today." - Jim McGregor
- 4/5/16 - Forbes - "GPU technology and the CUDA platform have given NVIDIA a competitive edge in the area that will completely redefine the tech industry – AI." - Jim McGregor