NVIDIA Plans to Build New Corporate Headquarters

Written by Chad

February 25, 2013

 

NVIDIA is turning 20 this month. Twenty years ago, the vision that computer graphics would revolutionize computing has propelled NVIDIA into becoming one of the leading technology companies in the world. The three-person startup has grown to 8,000 staff across 40-plus sites.

 

Today on their official blog, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, announced they have big plans on their next residence. In the post, they show off the design for their new headquarters, saying that the new building will be “the symbol, the physical manifestation, of our vision for the company.” Right across the street from the old one in Santa Clara, California, the new NVIDIA building looks impressive and the architect on the project is Hao Ko from Gensler.

 

 

The Full Story: http://blogs.nvidia.com/2013/02/nvidia-to-build-a-new-home-20-years-after-our-founding/

 

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