Exactly two decades ago, three people funded NVIDIAAnniversaries are great occasions to get together and celebrate, and NVIDIA is enjoying a very important anniversary this February.
Long story short, the company has turned twenty. It is hard to imagine that, back in 1992, the company essentially consisted of Jen-Hsun Huang, Chris Malachowsky, and Curtis Priem.
Nevertheless, the corporation grew from that small name on paper to the provider of graphics cards and computing accelerators used in top-end PCs and the world's strongest supercomputer.
There is one problem though: the headquarters in Santa Clara, California, can barely contain the company anymore.
Because of that, NVIDIA will be building new headquarters “right across the street,” which, to put it in no uncertain terms, will look breathtaking.
The photo above is the one that shows what the company has envisioned for its new home.
“It will be the symbol, the physical manifestation, of our vision for the company,” the CEO Jen-Hsun Huang wrote on the official blog.
The project was put together by a team at Gensler, led by Hao Ko, a young Harvard-trained architect.