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06.05.03 17:36:01
Beitrag Nr. 237 ()
Hallo,
seit NVDA gestern wieder bei c.a. 17 USD abgeprallt ist rotten sich die Shories zusammen. Naja, was soll`s entweder gibt´s `ne günstige Nachkauf-, bzw. Einstiegsgelegenheit oder sie holen sich `ne blutige Nase und helfen NVDA über die 17. Ich denke mal übermorgen dürfte sich entscheiden wohin die Reise geht.
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04.05.03 17:16:41
Beitrag Nr. 236 ()
Na, dann hoffen wir mal, dass dieser Chip ein Erfolg wird und dass es - nach 2 mageren Quartalen - auch mal wieder gute Quartalszahlen zu berichten gibt.

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Kirsche
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04.05.03 15:38:39
Beitrag Nr. 235 ()
Nvidia plant NV35 Chip Mitte Mai Alle Nachrichten


Der Marktführer im Bereich Grafikchips für Desktop-PCs Nvidia (WKN: 918422, US: NVDA) wird seinen neuen NV35 Chip auf der Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles zwischen dem 14. und 16. Mai vorstellen. Aufgrund der Bedrohung des SARS-Virus wird Nvidia in Taiwan keine Pressekonferenz zur Vorstellung des neuen Chips abhalten. Der Chip nutzt den selben Kern wie Nvidia’s NV30 (GeForce FX 5800 Serie), liefert aber eine deutlich bessere Performance, so Presseberichte. Laut Grafikkartenherstellern wird der NV35 Chip den populäreren DDR Speicherchipstandard nutzen, statt der DDRII Architektur in den NV30 Chips. Mit dem 0.13 Micron Fertigungsstandard wird Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) der einzige Fabrikant des NV35 Chips sein.
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02.05.03 20:37:34
Beitrag Nr. 234 ()
Was ist denn los heute :rolleyes:
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22.04.03 18:47:12
Beitrag Nr. 233 ()
Nvidia releases chips for high-end workstations
2003-04-22 11:02:29 EST

LOS ANGELES, April 22 (Reuters) - Chip designer Nvidia Corp. on Tuesday released a new chip line to support many of the functions of high-end computing workstations, except the one task Nvidia is best known for - graphics.

Santa Clara, California-based Nvidia, which is closely allied with microprocessor maker Advanced Micro Devices Inc. , said the new nForce 3 Professional line was designed to support AMD`s new Opteron processor, which is meant for heavy-duty server and workstation computing.

Nvidia has seen success over the last year with its nForce 2 line, a chipset that in some versions included graphics processors and was designed to handle many of the computing tasks of the standard desktop PC.

But the nForce 3 line, Nvidia said, is designed for much more intensive work. And as opposed to the nForce 2, which was a true chipset, the nForce 3 actually condenses all of its functions on to one chip.

Two different lines are expected: the nForce 3 Pro 150, which is available now; and the nForce 3 Pro 250, which will be available in the fall.

The Pro 150 chip supports the AGP 8x interface standard for add-in cards that supplement the motherboard, as well as 10/100 Ethernet connections, storage devices, the USB 2.0 peripheral standard, as well as audio.

The Pro 250 chip will support Ethernet networking at gigabit speeds and also faster standards for connecting storage devices. Both the 150 and 250 support high-end versions of the Windows and Linux operating systems.

Because workstation computing is so intensive, Nvidia product manager Drew Henry told Reuters the decision was made to leave graphics processing out of the chip and instead encourage people to use the company`s high-end Quadro FX line of graphics processors.

Another difference between the nForce 2 and nForce 3, he said, is that only one motherboard maker, Taiwan`s Asustek, will be making nForce 3 boards, at least initially. Boards are expected to be ready by June.

Despite the aim of marketing the nForce 3 as a corporate product, Nvidia expects that some enthusiasts will buy it for their home PCs in an attempt to boost their performance, even slightly.

"These are people that oftentimes will buy the highest-performance CPU they can get their hands on, and they`ll take it and do all kind of things to it," he said.
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31.03.03 14:15:21
Beitrag Nr. 232 ()
Ganz verkehrt war der Verkauf (13,20 € ) wohl nicht.
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29.03.03 10:05:39
Beitrag Nr. 231 ()
Ich bin gestern trotzdem ausgestiegen. KK waren 35,5 :( und 9,15 :)
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27.03.03 20:23:31
Beitrag Nr. 230 ()
Hallo,
ich meine, dass Nvidia den richtigen Weg mit dem IBM-Deal eingeschlagen hat. Das AnalRitterGesabber das dies Atis Marktstellung stärke kann man getrost in die Tonne hauen(Frage mich wieviel Ati dem gezahlt hat). Mit dem Giganten IBM kann`s nur besser werden. Irgendwie erinnert mich das ganze Theater auch an Intel und AMD. Hier noch watt von Reuters zum Durchhalten: Reuters
Nvidia says won`t update current quarter guidance
Thursday March 27, 12:00 pm ET


LOS ANGELES, March 27 (Reuters) - Graphic chip maker Nvidia Corp. (NasdaqNM:NVDA - News) will not provide an update on its financial performance for the current quarter, its fiscal first, during a Thursday presentation to analysts, the company said.
The meeting just began in San Jose, California and is being monitored via Webcast.
Eighteen analysts surveyed by Thomson First Call (News - Websites) on average expect Nvidia to earn 10 cents per share in the first quarter ending in April, with estimates ranging from 6 cents to 15 cents, on revenue of $409.7 million.
Shares in Nvidia were off 4 cents at $14.37 in late-morning trade on Nasdaq.
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Hoffen wir das sie tiefstapeln. Eine Bestätigung ist in diesen üblen Zeiten natürlich auch schon was.
MfG,
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27.03.03 15:13:37
Beitrag Nr. 229 ()
Experten: IBM-Nvidia-Pakt bedroht taiwanesische Chipproduzenten

Taipei (vwd) - Der langfristige Pakt zwischen der International Business Machines Corp (IBM), Armonk, und der Nvidia Corp, Santa Clara, stellt nach Ansicht vieler Experten eine Bedrohung für die taiwanesischen Chipproduzenten dar. Schon vorher seien die fernöstlichen Chipfabriken von mehreren Seiten aus unter Druck gesetzt worden, so etwa von der Konjunkturschwäche in der Informationstechnologie und von billig produzierenden Chipunternehmen in China. Durch IBM und Nvidia bestehe nun die zusätzliche Gefahr, dass die Taiwaner ihre Kunden im Hochpreis-Segment an die beiden Konkurrenten verlieren.

Der kürzlich geschlossene Vertrag sieht vor, dass IBM den nächsten Nvidia-Prozessor herstellt. Die Produktion soll im Sommer 2003 starten. Der Aktienkurs der Taiwan Semiconductor Manufaturing Co (TSMC), die als Marktführer auf der Insel gilt, verzeichnet nach der Bekanntgabe des Paktes deutliche Verluste. "Es gibt keinen Zweifel, IBM ist ein starker Konkurrent für TSMC," sagte Alfred Ying, Technologie-Analyst bei BNP Paribas. Der Vorteil von IBM bestehe vor allem in der Technologie.

Nicht alle Analysten sehen jedoch eine so große Gefahr für TSMC. Rick Hsu, Chip-Analyst bei Nomura Securities, stellt fest, dass bei TSMC die Kapazitäten für hochwertige Chips ausgelastet sind. Es könnte sein, dass sich Nvidia nur deshalb an IBM gewandt hat, um weitere Chips produzieren zu können. Nvidia hatte erklärt, die Produktionseinrichtungen bei TSMC weiter nutzen zu wollen.
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26.03.03 16:38:12
Beitrag Nr. 228 ()
IBM, NVIDIA Form Strategic Alliance
Wednesday March 26, 7:01 am ET
NVIDIA Awards Next-Generation GeForce GPU Manufacturing Design to IBM`s Advanced Semiconductor Foundry

EAST FISHKILL, N.Y. & SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 26, 2003--IBM and NVIDIA (Nasdaq:NVDA - News) today announced the two companies have formed a multi-year strategic alliance under which IBM will manufacture NVIDIA`s next-generation GeForce graphics processor units (GPUs).

State-of-the-art GPUs, like NVIDIA`s Geforce FX, have become process and manufacturing drivers. To deliver the immense computational power needed to create cinematic images in real-time, NVIDIA`s GPUs require the most sophisticated process technologies.

As part of the agreement, NVIDIA will gain access to IBM`s comprehensive suite of foundry services and leading-edge manufacturing technologies, including power-efficient copper wiring, and a roadmap that leads to 65nm (nanometer; a billionth of a meter) in the next several years, giving the company the necessary tools to advance its state-of-the-art GPUs.

"IBM is bringing a new foundry business model by combining advanced technology coupled with close customer integration," stated Jen-Hsun Huang, president and CEO at NVIDIA. "Our strategic alliance with IBM gives NVIDIA unprecedented opportunity to bring groundbreaking GPU products to the market. The combination of NVIDIA and IBM`s capabilities will be powerful."

IBM plans to begin manufacturing the next-generation GeForce graphics processor this summer at IBM`s state-of-the-art 300mm plant in East Fishkill, N.Y. The new IBM $2.5 billion chip-making facility combines, for the first time anywhere, IBM chip-making breakthroughs such as copper interconnects, silicon-on-insulator (SOI) transistors and low-k dielectric insulation on 300mm wafers. The new facility began operation last year, and will ramp up in capacity throughout 2003.

"We have a deep customer collaboration with NVIDIA, the kind of support normally reserved for IBM`s Server group and very select large OEM partners," said Michel Mayer, general manager, IBM Microelectronics Division. "We understand that leading fabless semiconductor companies, like NVIDIA, need to get to market as quick as possible, with the latest technologies, yet need to keep their focus on their customers and products, not on manufacturing."

Beyond the chip manufacturing technology, IBM also offers an advanced automated management system that not only controls production on the factory floor, but provides a connection for customer and supplier systems and processes, allowing closer integration across the supply chain. IBM`s automated management system provides NVIDIA with opportunities ranging from improved operation to greater efficiency and competitive advantage, while using e-business techniques to adapt to real-time, on-demand influences from the marketplace.



Nvidia Outsourcing Chips to IBM

By TSC Staff
03/26/2003 08:42 AM EST

Nvidia (NVDA:Nasdaq - news - commentary - research - analysis), its graphics accelerator franchise increasingly under competitive pressure, entered a long-term agreement under which IBM (IBM:NYSE - news - commentary - research - analysis) will manufacture video chips for it.

The agreement, which will start producing GeForce processors this summer, gives Nvidia access to IBM`s foundries and manufacturing technologies. Nvidia`s chips process images in video and video game applications.

IBM itself has recently been outsourcing much of its own hardware, including disk drives and many personal computers. The Nvidia deal will help it leverage some of the high-profile engineering breakthroughs it achieved over the last few years, including copper interconnects, silicon-on-insulator transistors and an eventual migration to 65-nanometer lithoscropy. It has similar deals with Qualcomm (QCOM:Nasdaq - news - commentary - research - analysis) and Xilinx (XLNX:Nasdaq - news - commentary - research - analysis).

Nvidia shares were up about 3% to $14.40.

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