Nvidia Unveils Microprocessors Taking Aim at Intel

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Apr.12 — Eric Ross, chief investment strategist at Cascend Securities, talks about Nvidia unveiling its first server microprocessors. This move targets Intel’s most lucrative market. Nvidia’s stock jumped on the news.

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