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China to become the driver of future revenues growth: Q&A with Nvidia general manager of MCP business Drew Henry
Monica Chen, Shanghai; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES
With numerous negative rumors surrounding the discrete graphics card market regarding Nvidia's new GeForce 480/470 (Fermi) graphics chip, and facing competition from AMD, Digitimes recently had chance to talk to Drew Henry, Nvidia general manager of...
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