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NVDANVIDIA Corp (stock symbol)
NVDANortheastern Vermont Development Association (est. 1950)
NVDANon-Violent Direct Action (direct resistance lobbying)
NVDANarmada Valley Development Authority (India)
NVDANonVisual Desktop Access (open-source screen reader)
NVDANevada Department of Agriculture
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(US$6.88 billion, down 6 percent), Japan's Toshiba/Toshiba Memory (US$5.64 billion, down 27 percent), and U.S.-based IC designer NVidia Corp. (US$4.67 billion, down 25 percent), IC Insights said.
23, and chipmakers Micron Technology (NASDAQ: MU) and Nvidia Corp. (NASDAQ: NVDA) had fallen 1.7% and 1.6% in premarket trading, respectively.
- Some of the key companies in the global 3D animation market include NVIDIA Corp., Autodesk, Inc., Adobe Systems Inc., Corel Corp., NewTek, Inc., and Zco Corp.
(Alliance News) - Shares in US technology firm Nvidia Corp rose in after-hours trade in New York despite the company reporting on Thursday a sharp fall in quarterly earnings.
retail sales and news that Nvidia Corp. agreed to buy chipmaker Mellanox Technologies Ltd.
Analysts from Yokohama Daisan Management reported that the Vision Fund had sold its entire holdings in US graphics chipmaker Nvidia Corp in January that was worth around 398 billion yen.
San Diego-based Qualcomm joined Intel Corp, Micron Technology Inc and Nvidia Corp in investing in AI.
Pro forma for the acquisition of Cavium, Fitch believes Marvell is well positioned for the rating and will have profit margins in-line with higher rated issuers like NVIDIA Corp. (A-/Positive).
to chipmaker Nvidia Corp., while spanning businesses engaged in building satellites and making robots to even kale farming.
Chipmakers such as Nvidia Corp, with a 3.0 per cent drop, and Intel Corp , with a 2.1 per cent decline, were among the biggest percentage losers in that sector.
Nvidia Corp, a company that is trying to spread its graphics chip technology into new areas, has announced that Uber Technologies Inc.
Five are from the US (Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp., Nvidia Corp., PayPal Holdings Inc., PTC Inc.