Considering that we saw a Vizio Tegra 4 tablet at CES, and further considering that Nvidia's PR materials have stated that T4 already has more design wins than T3, I would think that the Digitimes hit piece was, well, bogus.
Thank you for calling Kelly Girls... how may I help you?
Hi, Jensen here.
Yes, hello mister jensen.
I hope you're not calling about our last interim -- 'cause your return period has passed.
Oh no no no.
I need some telecom salespeople this time.
You see, I bought this license to make parts for cellphones -- but nobody here
knows anything about selling cellphone parts.
Did you give that any thought Before you bought that license to make cellphone parts?
Look, I'm desperate, okay?
My Consumer Products Division is top heavy with senior management because that's where most of the redundant employees went from the former PC Chipset division. Which was shut down for lack of sales. All good people for sure... but none of them have any experience working with phone manufacturers or telecoms or this and that. None, nada, zilch, goose egg. And since my company is a NO LAYOFF company -- well, I've got a whole bunch of PC parts people with fancy titles, but not much good at selling cellphone parts to cellphone makers.
So Jensen, are we talking outplacement here?
Oh no no no. I'll keep all the ex-PC Chipset guys. I just need MORE people that actually
know about selling parts to phone manufacturers and telecoms.
And Jensen, let me guess. These new QUALCOMM type folks you want to hire.
You are expecting them to work for the redundant senior management types from the
old dead and buried PC Chipset division, right?
Why, of course.
No one can be sure but if you read the article it states 'implies' and doesn't state any quote from the companies being cited for not having products with Tegra 4 chips yet. Also, it stated that ASUS uses Qualcomm for their smartphones . . can anyone tell me the smartphones by ASUS out there now? Anyone? I maybe just too focused on the tablets to know.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
"No one can be sure but if you read the article it states 'implies' and doesn't state any quote from the companies being cited for not having products with Tegra 4 chips yet."
Can we be sure that you can't buy a tegra 4 phone or tablet yet?
Can we be sure that no one has announced an actual ship date for Tegra 4 anything yet?
When you can post a link with an actual product for sale with Tegra 4 inside
then we can be sure the article is wrong, right? lmao
Untl there is a Tegra 4 anything on sale there isn't right? Can we be sure of that?
I'm inclined to believe Digitimes.
They use fewer disclaimers than Jen does.
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Digitimes has a Reputation to uphold and protect.
Jen's words have a protected lifespan of an Egg McMuffin®