Nvidia Corporation announced today that its new chipsets will be available in 10 major mobile chip vendors’ mobile device vendors’ vendors’ and their mobile device manufacturers’ vendors, with more to follow.
Nvidia Corporation, based in Santa Clara, California, said that its latest chipsets for mobile devices and mobile device processors will be in the smartphone and mobile video chips, high-performance embedded processors and mobile processors, mobile GPU chipsets, mobile server chipsets and mobile graphics chips.
Nuvoton will have a 40-nanometer manufacturing process and its first chipsets in mobile devices will be for the iPhone and iPad, while AMD, Intel and Micron will be the vendors.
The company has been working with various vendors in developing chipsets with improved performance, efficiency and power efficiency, said Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang.
In addition, the company is adding more chipsets to its line-up for the desktop, notebook and notebook desktop processors.
Nuvoton’s latest high-end chipsets include its Nuvion XMG-6100 mobile processor and its NVX-6200 mobile GPU.
These are the first chips with two-level cache architecture and will be supported by AMD’s Radeon™ graphics cards and Nvidia’s GeForce™ graphics card.
The new chipset will be manufactured on a 32nm process, and will ship with a TDP of 80W.
Nucleus will be working on its next-generation graphics chipsets that will have higher performance and higher efficiency.
The company has said that it expects to have its first graphics chips in mobile phones in 2017.
Numinas next-gen graphics chips will have 10-bit L1, 2-bit, 4-bit and 8-bit graphics.
The chip will be designed for smartphones, and it will support Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 801, 810, 820, 820XT, 821 and 825 chipsets.
The Nuvron XMG is a next-level processor designed for high-definition gaming, multimedia and the web.
Its GPU, which is a four-core, four-threaded GPU, has an effective transistor density of 10,000 transistors per watt.
The Nucleos graphics chip has an 8GB GPU and the company will offer a 256GB SSD for its Nucleon XMG mobile processor.
The new chips will be used in mobile notebooks and desktop notebooks.
Nucleus, which was founded in 2007, has grown from a research and development company to a global technology company that is working on high-speed, next–generation GPUs and CPU architectures for a wide range of applications.
The latest products are based on the company’s 32nm manufacturing process, which has a TPL of 15,000.
The GPU and CPU chipsets use the company´s new 32nm fabrication process.
Nvons latest mobile chipsets also use the 32nm technology, which also offers better power efficiency and is expected to be able to meet the demands of high-scale graphics-processing applications in mobile.
The chipsets have a power consumption of about 1.5W, and are rated for up to 1,200MHz (4GHz) and up to 4,400MHz (8GHz) clock speeds.
Nivoton and AMD have a 20-year agreement to make their next-Generation of high performance mobile graphics processors.