Qualcomm and Nvidia have been two of the most successful semiconductor companies in recent years. Both Qualcomm and Nvidia have seen their stock prices surge as they’ve delivered solid performance, even as the overall semiconductor industry has struggled. In this interview, we spoke with Qualcomm CEO and President Dr. Gregory Brown about the company’s past, present, and future. In addition to answering questions about Qualcomm’s products and services, we also asked Dr. Brown about the challenges faced by the semiconductor industry as a whole. Read on to learn more about how these two companies are keeping pace with changing market conditions and how you can benefit from their success.
Interview with Qualcomm CEO, Amon Siegel
Qualcomm CEO Amon Siegel sat down with ARM TechNet Editor-in-Chief Brian Klug to discuss the company’s latest products and technologies. here is an interview qualcomm ceo amon nvidiaarmtibkencnet
When asked about Qualcomm’s relationship with Nvidia, Siegel noted that they are working together on a number of products. He highlighted the Snapdragon 810 processor as an example of this collaboration, noting that the two companies have worked closely to ensure that it is a powerful platform.
Siegel was also asked about Apple’s recent decision to exclude Qualcomm from its iPhone 7 lineup. When asked why Apple made this decision, Siegel pointed out that there are other suppliers available to provide the processors for their devices. He reiterated Qualcomm’s commitment to providing high-quality technology and services to its customers.
Overall, Siegel seemed positive about the future of Qualcomm and their relationship with Nvidia. He highlighted the benefits of collaboration between the two companies and expressed his hope that they can continue working together in the future.
Interview with NVIDIA CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang
NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang sat down with Qualcomm CEO, Amon Nasser, at CES this year to discuss their respective companies’ future in the mobile market.
Huang outlined NVIDIA’s strategy for the next few years which focuses on delivering differentiated mobile experiences through artificial intelligence (AI). This includes continuing to expand its availability of AI-powered features in Tegra processors and developing new platforms that enable more pervasive deployment of AI across devices.
In regards to Qualcomm, Huang said that the company remains a key partner for NVIDIA and offers a variety of solutions that complement NVIDIA’s products. He also noted that Qualcomm is well-positioned to lead the way in 5G technology development and expects its products to be dominant in this segment.
Interview with ARM CEO, Simon Segars
ARM Holdings plc is a multinational technology company headquartered in the United Kingdom, with operations in more than sixty countries. ARM designs, manufactures and markets processors, coprocessors and chipsets for mobile devices, as well as RF transceivers and other embedded systems. In addition to its own products, ARM sells licenses of its technologies to semiconductor companies around the world.
ARM CEO Simon Segars took some time out of his hectic schedule to talk with us about the company’s history, recent successes and plans for the future.
ARM Holdings plc was founded in 1990 by Terry Matthews and Geoff Hinton with the purpose of developing advanced microprocessor technologybased on a design licensed from Acorn Computers Ltd. The first product based on this technology was launched in 1991 – the ARM1 processor. Since then, ARM has grown into one of the world’s leading technology companies; it now employs more than 7600 people worldwide and generates annual revenues of over £2 billion ($3 billion).
One of ARM’s key strengths is its ability to license its innovative intellectual property (IP) to semiconductor companies around the world. This allows ARM to focus on designing high-performance processors for mobile devices while allowing these companies to bring their own unique design techniques and marketing campaigns to market. It also allows these companies to share resources across different product lines; for example, Samsung manufactures smartphone processors using ARM tech while Sony builds camera sensors using ARM IP.
Interview with Intel CEO, Brian Krzanich
Intel CEO, Brian Krzanich, sat down with The Motley Fool to discuss the company’s outlook in 2017 and beyond. Intel has been releasing new products at a rapid pace, including its eighth-generation Core processors, which are set to come out later this year. Krzanich also discussed the company’s efforts in autonomous vehicles and 5G technology.
- What are your thoughts on the current state of the semiconductor industry?
We are seeing strong demand for our products from both enterprise and consumer segments. Our eighth-generation Core processors have been well received by customers, and we expect this trend to continue as we launch new products later this year. We remain bullish about the future of the semiconductor industry and believe that growth will be driven by continued innovation in Moore’s Law –– as well as increased demand from automotive and mobile technologies.
- What is your take on autonomous vehicles?
We see autonomous vehicles as an important part of our future and are investing heavily in research and development to make them a reality. We believe that these cars will play a significant role in improving safety and reducing congestion on roads, which is good for consumers and businesses alike.
Interview with AMD CEO, Lisa Su
AMD CEO Lisa Su discusses why the company chose to partner with Qualcomm and ARM, their upcoming products and how they intend to compete in the market.
AMD has partnered with Qualcomm and ARM in order to increase its competitiveness in the market. The companies have agreed to work together on a number of joint projects, including creating processors for mobile devices. Lisa Su believes that this partnership will help AMD maintain its lead in the market.
One of the main focuses for AMD is increasing its presence in the gaming market. Lisa Su believes that there is a large opportunity for the company in this area, and she plans on making sure that AMD remains competitive. She also notes that AMD is planning on expanding into new markets, such as data center chips.
Overall, Lisa Su believes that this partnership will help AMD maintain its lead in the market. She is confident that consumers will benefit from increased innovation from both companies.