NVIDIA’s work in visual computing — the art and science of computer graphics — has led to thousands of patented inventions, breakthrough technologies, deep industry relationships and a globally recognized brand.
For two decades, we’ve pioneered this uniquely powerful medium, which has transformed the PC from a tool for productivity into one for creativity and discovery.
At the core of our company is the GPU — the engine of modern visual computing — which we invented in 1999.
One of the most complex processors ever developed, our Kepler™ generation of GPUs boasts 7 billion transistors.
The GPU has propelled computer graphics from a feature into an ever-expanding industry — encompassing PC games, movie production, product design, medical diagnosis and scientific research, among other categories.
GPUs are now driving new fields like computer vision, computational photography, image processing and augmented reality.