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Currently the most valuable U.S. chipmaker by stock market value, Nvidia keeps surging thanks to more and more customers using its video gaming graphics processors for artificial intelligence and machine learning applications. The newest chips from Nvidia powering its Ampere line of gaming graphics cards have a staggering 28 billion transistors each, while a boosted-up version for A.I. and data analysis called the A100 has 54 billion. Up next, CEO Jensen Huang hopes to expand into more common processors via the $40 billion acquisition of chip design pioneer ARM.

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