Nvidia Accelerates Mobile Computing
True innovators don't merely meet existing market needs: They build new industries and demolish existing ones. Twenty years ago, computer gaming -- whether on a console or a personal computer -- was largely limited to simple, two-dimensional graphics. In the 1990s, however, Nvidia invented a chip called a graphics processing unit (GPU). The new chip integrated and accelerated all the main computing functions necessary to create rich visual environments for a new generation of games. It became an instant best-seller on PCs and enabled a new generation of blockbuster games.
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