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NVIDIA Honored By EE Times For Industry Leadership


NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in programmable graphics processor technologies, today announced that it was honored with the EE Times Annual Creativity in Electronics (ACE) Award for Company of the Year.

NVIDIA earned the EE Times ACE Award for “Company of the Year – Large,” which recognizes a company with more than $750 million in sales that exhibits the highest degree of professionalism, staff development and retention, customer focus, technical excellence, and profitability.

“NVIDIA is an innovation leader in creating industry-changing products for computing and consumer electronics,” said Brian Fuller, editor in chief of EE Times. “The company invented the GPU, or graphics processing unit, which today is used for a range of applications, from cell phones to high-performance computing. We are pleased to bestow this high honor on a company that pushes the boundaries of technology and imagination.”

“We are very honored by this award, which salutes NVIDIA’s passion for innovation, execution, and leadership,” commented Chris Malachowsky, NVIDIA co-founder and senior vice president of engineering and operations. “NVIDIA has some of the most talented engineers in the semiconductor industry and this award recognizes their commitment to building a great company that is making a difference in the world.”

About the EE Times ACE Awards
The EE Times ACE Awards were created to recognize the people, companies, and products that show leadership in the electronics industry, honoring those who are leading the way and making positive contributions - the real innovators of technology. Finalists were evaluated by a prestigious panel of judges, comprised of the leading voices of academia, industry and Wall Street executives. For more information, visit


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