AMD bringing Stiff Competition

AMD and Nvidia are often neck-in-neck. AMD has had the upper hand (as far as reach goes) for awhile, though. AMD processors are already in various gaming consoles from Microsoft to Sony, and the company also has some laptop presence. Prior to mobile, the PC ruled the market. Now, that's all changing, and companies like Nvidia and AMD have to get on board or be left behind to drown.

Not only will AMD and Nvidia be in every existing mobile device and platform, but the two companies are now both posed to take over whatever may arise in the future. By providing licenses to other companies, Nvidia is opening up its technology to any future manufacturer as well as current big players. It's a step forward for Nvidia, but is this company still too far behind competitors like Qualcomm?

''Nvidia's Slow and Steady Philosophy''

It seems as though Nvidia competitors are announcing new releases way more often than Nvidia does. Nvidia's company policy has always been to do things a bit slower than other companies by waiting until products are perfected. It's not a bad strategy, but it's one that has been highly criticized.

Will there be a market for Nvidia licenses now that the company has opened up its doors? Even though Nvidia sends out products a bit slower than competitors, the Nvidia name is still a solid one - and one that manufacturers will want to have. Agree? Disagree? Let me know what you think about Nvidia's latest plan.
AMD bringing Stiff Competition AMD bringing Stiff Competition Reviewed by Kanthala Raghu on December 25, 2014 Rating: 5
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