Founded in 1993, NVIDIA is a multinational technology company that designs graphics processing units (GPUs), application programming interface (APIs) for data science and high-performance computing as well as system on a chip units (SoCs) for the mobile computing and automotive market. NVIDIA is a dominant supplier of artificial intelligence hardware and software. With 27,000 employees and a $27 billion revenue in FY23, there is a reason they are making a very large impact in almost every industry.



Lets face it, most people when they think NVIDIA, they think gaming. More than 200 million gamers and creators using NVIDIA graphics cards. With their graphics cards routinely at the top of most benchmarks, it’s easy to see why people love them. With such superior performance and advanced features if you are looking for a powerful and versatile GPU then a GeForce GPU is for you. This however is just scratching the surface of what NVIDIA is all about.


If you are not driving with NVIDIA DRIVE you soon will be. Currently NVIDIA DRIVE powers all 30 of the 30 top autonomous vehicle data centers. NVIDIA DRIVE is a computer platform by NVIDIA that is aimed at providing autonomous car and driver assistance functionality powered by deep learning. The platform was introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January 2015. It is a comprehensive platform that provides everything that developers need to build and deploy autonomous driving applications. It is the leading platform for autonomous driving, and it is used by a variety of companies, including Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar Land Rover, Volvo and many more.

AI Factories

NVIDIA AI factories are a set of technologies that use artificial intelligence (AI) to improve the efficiency and productivity of manufacturing. AI factories use a variety of AI techniques, such as machine learning, computer vision, and natural language processing, to automate tasks, improve quality control, and optimize production processes. NVIDIA is the world’s engine for AI. Services from Alibaba, Amazon, Google, Meta, Microsoft, Snap, Spotify, Tencent. In fact more than 40,000 companies use NVIDIA AI technology to power AI factories.

Digital Twins

If you haven’t heard of NVIDIA Omniverse™ than your not alone. Most people have heard of the Metaverse though or the big players in it. You may have heard that Facebook changing their name to Meta. Apple has creating their mixed reality glasses. Many games are already hosting concerts and parties in the metaverse. Well NVIDIA’s Omniverse is a platform designed to connect these unique worlds or metaverses into one universe. It already has 300,000 individual users and 700 companies in the pipeline. The term Digital Twins is the ability to create a real place, person or thing into a ultrarealistic digital twin.


NVIDIA is also helping the healthcare industry. More than 1 million developers have downloaded the MONAI framework for AI in healthcare imaging. MONAI on NVIDIA DGX™ Cloud provides a managed AI factory for medical imaging in healthcare which helps simplify infrastructure and software.


More than 1 million developers use the NVIDIA Jetson™ platform. What is NVIDIA Jetson? Nvidia’s Jetson platform is a family of embedded systems that are designed for AI applications at the edge. Jetson modules are small, power-efficient computers that can be used to run AI models on a variety of devices, such as robots, drones, and self-driving cars.

Jetson modules are based on Nvidia’s Tegra processors, which are designed for AI applications. Tegra processors have powerful GPUs that can be used to accelerate AI workloads. Jetson modules also have a variety of other features that are important for AI applications, such as high-speed I/O and support for multiple cameras. AI at the edge.

NVIDIA future development

It’s no wonder with all this cutting edge technology that NVIDIA’s stock is just continuing to climb. I can’t wait to see what they come out with next.

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