NVIDIA has announced from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that it's working to deliver ARM CPUs for a range of devices from PCs to super-computers. NVIDIA plans to build high-performance ARM CPUs for a range of devices, including servers and workstations. Internally this is being worked on at NVIDIA under the Project Denver codename.
With Project Denver CPUs in computers ranging from desktops to super computers, there will be a NVIDIA GPU embedded onto the same chip as the ARM CPU. No details though were provided as to when the first of these next-generation NVIDIA ARM CPUs may come to market.
Up to this point NVIDIA has sold ARM CPUs for mobile devices under its TEGRA platform. NVIDIA also announced today that they've licensed the ARM Cortex A15 processor for use in future TEGRA mobile devices.
The press release announcing Project Denver to the public can be found at NVIDIA.com