NVIDIA’s mobile processor for mainstream smartphones – Tegra 4i, which includes an integrated NVIDIA i500 LTE modem, chewed through 150Mbps of LTE data in a demo this week at CTIA 2013 in Las Vegas. First shown at Mobile World Congress in February at Cat 3 100mbps, this Tegra 4i demo is fully based on a… Read More
Meet Director of Product Marketing, Tegra
Matt has been with NVIDIA since 2006 and is the director of product marketing for Tegra. Before Tegra he was in the notebook business and launched NVIDIA’s Optimus Technology. Matt cut his teeth at NVIDIA in the MCP business unit as the product manager for performance chipsets and motherboards, and has been involved with an array of interesting products ever since. Prior to NVIDIA Matt held various leadership positions in engineering and marketing with established Silicon Valley companies and various startups.
Matt received a BS in computer engineering from Northwestern University and an MBA from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business. Matt enjoys hiking, traveling, thinking about new business ideas, and hanging out with his two kids. He is married to a fantastic woman and enjoys visiting family in the Midwest and on the East Coast.
Our Tegra 4 family of mobile processors has won praise from The Linley Group, one of the industry’s leading semiconductor analysts. Not only did the Tegra 4 compare favorably against Qualcomm’s current offerings, according to analyst Kevin Krewell. It also appears to have an edge over Qualcomm’s forthcoming Snapdragon 800. “Tegra 4 delivers outstanding benchmark… Read More
We’ve been in a headlong rush keeping up with NVIDIA’s Tegra mobile processor business. So, with Mobile World Congress, in Barcelona, nearly behind us, we thought it would be worth recapping our latest news. There’s been a lot of it: Tegra 4 performance details were unveiled — prompting the press to hail it as “screamer”… Read More
We promise no sangria or tapas, but if you can’t be at Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress this week, here’s some consolation: a video walk on the mobile side through our booth. You’ll find our freshest quad-core mobile processors, LTE modem, GRID cloud gaming systems, Project SHIELD portable, and NVIDIA auto technologies. This is the first time… Read More
We unveiled additional performance information for our Tegra 4 family on Sunday, the day before Mobile World Congress, and the press has no doubt about it — these chips are quick. As a company we focus more on real-world usage, and we demonstrated that at CES 2013. This quad-core A15 chip, bristling with 72 GPU cores,… Read More
The annual Mobile World Congress wireless industry get together doesn’t begin until next week, but we just couldn’t wait to share the news. Just 20 months after our acquisition of wireless modem specialist Icera, we announced earlier this week Tegra 4i, our first quad-core mobile processor with integrated LTE capabilities. In Barcelona, we’ll be demo’ing… Read More
On the heels of the Google Nexus 7 tablet introduction, another groundbreaking mobile device powered by NVIDIA Tegra 3 processors was announced Wednesday when Fujitsu unveiled Arrows X, the first quad-core LTE smartphone available in Japan. Combining the awesome processing power of Tegra 3 and the lightning-fast LTE internet connection on NTT Docomo’s Xi network,… Read More
One of the biggest challenges faced by tablet manufacturers has been delivering a device that’s low cost and satisfying, while still being profitable. The truth is, it’s incredibly difficult to manufacture a low-cost tablet at all, even with a compromised experience – one marked by poor performance, previous-gen display capabilities, mediocre battery life, discouraging touchscreen responsiveness, lack of apps,… Read More
If what’s past is prologue, then the future of mobile graphics technology is bright, according to NVIDIA’s Mike Rayfield. Mike, who helps run our mobile business, discussed the evolution of the PC at an industry event yesterday in Seattle hosted by HTC. He also explained how mobile graphics technology is gaining on the performance level… Read More
Atmel, Cypress and Synaptics – three of the biggest names in the touch-controller industry – today announced support for NVIDIA’s DirectTouch architecture, originally described at CES 2012 in January. They join N-Trig, Raydium and Focaltech, which also recently officially announced their support. If you aren’t familiar with DirectTouch, it’s a unique approach that offloads some… Read More