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Nvidia price target boosted ahead of GPU event

Nvidia's (NVDA) GPU conference kicks off on October 5, and Wedbush analyst Matt Bryson raises the company's price target from $525 to $600 ahead of the positive catalyst.Bryson expects "an unabashedly positive presentation" that highlights "strong demand (rather than any supply constraints) as the primary factor in ongoing shortages of new consumer GPUs."Wedbush...

Seeking Alpha | October 2, 2020

Zoom Video, Nvidia, and AMD led tech big winners: Q3 Spotlight

Q3 ended with the S&P 500 up 8.5% in the period. Information Technology stocks were in-line (+8.7%) and Information Technology surged ahead with a gain of 11.7%.Nvidia (NVDA) led the S&P 500 winners, gaining 76% after announcing its $40B acquisition of SoftBank's Arm chip unit. Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) was up 71%, catching a...

Seeking Alpha | October 2, 2020

Inside China Tech: Questions mount over TikTok, Arm deals amid tech war

Welcome to the latest edition of Inside China Tech, a wrap up of some of the week’s biggest stories.Speculation grows Beijing will block Nvidia’s Arm dealThe former chief engineer of Chinese computer giant Lenovo Group believes Beijing may block Nvidia’s acquisition of SoftBank-owned chip architecture company Arm over fears that the technology would fall under US export controls, the SCMP’s Pan Che reported this week.“I believe the Chinese commerce ministry will reject the acquisition,” said Ni…

South China Morning Post | October 2, 2020

Nvidia Pushes Back the Launch of the RTX 3070 to Avoid Furious Customers

It’s been a rough couple of weeks for anyone trying to order a shiny new graphics card or game console, and in order to prevent its next launch from going awry Nvidia is delaying the release of its RTX 3070 GPU.

Gizmodo | October 2, 2020

Ray Tracing & DLSS with the GeForce RTX 3080

With Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3080 out the door, it's time we take a deep dive into ray tracing and DLSS performance to show you just how fast…

TechSpot | October 2, 2020

Nvidia RTX 3070 graphics card delayed due to 'stock issues'

Some folks will be disappointed at having to wait two more weeks for their chance to buy an RTX 3070.

TechRadar | October 2, 2020

Omni-Path Spin-Out Aims To Help HPC Partners Keep Nvidia In Check

Phil Murphy, CEO of Intel Omni-Path spin-out Cornelis Networks, talks to CRN about helping high-performance computing partners combat Nvidia’s growing influence.

CRN | October 1, 2020

‘No further questions for Arm or NVIDIA’ - Government lets Cambridge and UK tech jewel go

Daniel Zeichner MP despairs at ‘hands-off’ response to acquisition of Fulbourn chip designer

Cambridge Independent | October 1, 2020

Tech investors predict Nvidia's $40 billion Arm acquisition will be blocked

Nvidia's $40 billion acquisition of chip designer Arm will most likely be blocked, according to two technology investors in Britain.

CNBC | October 1, 2020

Ansys Releases On-Demand Content From Its IDEAS Digital Forum

PITTSBURGH, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Key Highlights Ansys hosted its first virtual event dedicated to semiconductor designers and decision makers Keynote speakers included industry leaders Nvidia, Arm, Google, Broadcom, Intel, Qualcomm, MediaTek, STMicroelectronics, Ericsson, Samsung,…

PR Newswire | October 1, 2020

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