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NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA) Management Presents at Arete Tech Conference (Transcript)

Mar. 03, 2021 8:24 PM ETNVIDIA Corporation (NVDA)
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NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) Arete Tech Conference March 3, 2020 2:45 PM ET

Company Participants

Simona Jankowski - VP, IR

Conference Call Participants

Brett Simpson - Partner and Co-Founder, Arete Research

Ian Buck - VP & GM Accelerated Computing

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…NVIDIA. Ian, great to have you join us today. We really appreciate your time. We also have Simona Jankowski. I am going to pass it over to Simona to read out forward-looking statement. So Simona over to you.

Simona Jankowski

Thank you, Brett. As a reminder, this presentation contains forward-looking statements and investors are advised to read our reports filed with the SEC for information related to risks and uncertainties facing our business. Back to you Brett.

Brett Simpson

Thanks Simona. So Ian maybe one of the set out maybe just set the scene here in the market I guess 2020 was a breakout year strategically and commercially for NVIDIA for your division specifically. You launched A100, you finalized the Mellanox transaction and launched GPU. There is obviously the proposed acquisition with ARM. There is a Chinese entity list restrictions that deal with starting sales. It was obviously just a crazy year.

It's clear at least, at least to investors that we're in this giant innovation phase for compute right now. Can you may be just break down what you see in front of you running this division, what do you see over the course of 2021, 2022 and I think we can all recognize it's still really adoption curve of accelerated compute, but what's going to define this year for you after a crazy 2020.

Ian Buck

It was a crazy 2020 and certainly from where I am sitting NVIDIA launched a whole new architecture. Their Ampere GPU or A100 we have it launched from our homes, in fact affect

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