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        1. NVIDIA HISTORY

          A Timeline of Innovation

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          1993

          NVIDIA FOUNDED BY JENSEN HUANG,
          CHRIS MALACHOWSKY, AND CURTIS PRIEM

          With the belief that the PC one day would become a consumer device for enjoying games and multimedia, NVIDIA is founded by Jensen Huang, Chris Malachowsky and Curtis Priem. At the time, there were more than two dozen graphics chips companies, a number that would soar to 70 three years later. By 2006, NVIDIA was the only independent still operating.

          1994

          FIRST STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP FORGED
          WITH SGS-THOMPSON

          NVIDIA's reaches its first strategic partnership with SGS-Thomson Microelectronics to manufacture the company's single-chip graphical-user interface accelerator. Diamond Multimedia Systems is selected to install the chips in multimedia accelerator boards.

          1995

          NVIDIA LAUNCHES ITS FIRST PRODUCT, NV1

          Sega, the leader in arcade games, ports Virtual Fighter to be the first 3D game to run on NVIDIA graphics.
          NVIDIA NV1, the company's first product, is launched. The PCI card was sold as the Diamond Edge 3D, featuring a 2D/3D graphics core based on quadratic texture mapping.

          1996

          FIRST MICROSOFT DIRECTX DRIVERS UNVEILED

          NVIDIA unveils its first Microsoft DirectX drivers with support for Direct3D, an API used to render 3D graphics where performance is critical.

          1997

          RIVA 128 LAUNCHES, 1 MILLION UNITS SOLD
          IN FIRST FOUR MONTHS

          The company introduces RIVA 128, the world's first 128-bit 3D processor. It receives OEM acceptance, and more than one million units are shipped within its first four months.

          1998

          PARTNERSHIP SIGNED WITH TSMC

          A multi-year strategic partnership is formed with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, which begins to assist in manufacturing NVIDIA products.
          NVIDIA expands the RIVA processor family. RIVA 128ZX offers the industry's fastest 3D processing capability. RIVA TNT is the first multitexturing 3D processor.
          The Fabless Semiconductor Association votes NVIDIA the Industry's Most Respected Private Fabless Company for the second consecutive year.
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