NVIDIA Corp was incorporated in California in April 1993. The Company is a visual computing company, connecting people through the powerful medium of computer graphics. The Company's reporting segments include GPU and Tegra Processor - leverage a single, unified architecture. On this foundation, the Company builds technologies for each of the computing platforms - PC, cloud, mobile. The Company creates differentiated brands to target large markets - Gaming, Design and Visualization, HPC and Data Center, and Automotive and Smart Devices - where visual computing is challenging. Its GPU product brands are designed for specific users and applications: GeForce for consumer desktop and notebook PCs; Quadro for professionals working in computer-aided design, video editing, special effects and other applications; Tesla for supercomputing and big data applications; GRID to provide the power of NVIDIA graphics through the cloud. The Tegra processor is a system-on-a-chip, or SOC, integrating an entire computer on a single chip. The Company offers: Tegra processors for smartphones, tablets, gaming devices, other computer devices such as Windows RT-based devices, set-top boxes, chromebooks, clamshells, and others; Icera baseband processors and radio frequency (RF) transceivers for mobile connectivity; Tegra NOTE, a complete tablet platform based on Tegra 4; Tegra VCM, a Tegra-based vehicle computing module that integrates an entire automotive computer into a single component; SHIELD, an Android gaming device optimized to help users enjoy digital content in the cloud. The Company's main competitors include AMD, ARM Holdings plc, or ARM, Broadcom Corporation, Freescale Semiconductor Inc., HiSilicon Technologies Co., Ltd., Imagination Technologies Ltd., Intel, Marvell Technology Group Ltd., Mediatek, Qualcomm Incorporated, Renesas Technology Corp., Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., ST Microelectronics, and Texas Instruments Incorporated; Broadcom Corporation, HiSilicon Technologies Co., Ltd., Intel, and Marvell Technology Group Ltd.