Despite NVIDIA’s efforts to not give away any new surprise presently to consumers in its next-generation smartphones, the company’s CEO Mr. Jen-Hsun Huang has recently dropped some details in his recent email to staffers, undoubtedly airing a little excitement among all.
The reports submitted by AnandTech, the CEO, detailed about the company's new Kepler-based GeForce GTX 680 graphics card launch and also highlighted future possibilities of the GPU.
Explaining that the smartphone’s super energy-efficient architecture will serve GPUs ability into datacenters to super thin notebooks and to super phones as well, the statements have revealed every specific detail that can be associated with any mobile device.
Nvidia Co-founder and CEO Mr. Jen-Hsun Huang explained in his statement, while he was outlining the roadmap for the Kepler GPUs and the "Maxwell" follow-on, that are due in the year 2013 said that Nvidia is minutely focusing on the performance per watt for its GPU chips because heat is the most important factor (than any other) to decide the efficient adoption place of a GPU and the one where it cannot work.
Mr. Huang is efficiently working on the promise that he made in September 2010: Nvidia along with its new design with a 28 nanometer wafer-baking process will deliver services on the order of three to four times than the current "Fermi" GPUs.