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10 Hottest Semiconductor Companies To Watch In 2021

A look at some of the hottest chip startups and semiconductor giants in 2021 that are making big, bold moves and shaping the future of IT and beyond.

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Nvidia

Nvidia is adding new networking and compute capabilities to its base GPU business to become the “world’s premier computing company.” The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company closed its $7 billion acquisition of Mellanox Technologies last year to add high-speed interconnects and SmartNICs to its portfolio while also enabling the company to introduce new products, such as next-generation data processing units and hybrid GPU-SmartNIC products. With the release of the A100 GPU last year, the company has expanded its line of DGX systems for AI computing. The company is hoping to further expand its compute offerings with its pending $40 billion acquisition of British chip designer Arm.

 
 
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