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SoftBank Group planted $4 billion to NVIDIA

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Tinuku ~ SoftBank Group bought NVIDIA shares. Japanese venture firms reportedly just invested in NVIDIA with a value of US$4 billion or 4.9 percent equivalent share of NVIDIA. This investment is said to be the largest amount that can be invested by SoftBank without having to follow the rules of investment in the United States.

Tinuku SoftBank Group planted $4 billion to NVIDIA

SoftBank's investment this time also makes the Japanese company is the 4th largest NVIDIA investor who is experiencing rapid growth.

NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) as the world's number one desktop GPU manufacturer has also penetrated into other technology businesses is artificial intelligence to complex computing systems such as deep learning.

The company dominates the market of graphics processors, graphics cards, media communication tools for personal computers, and Sony Playstation 3 game consoles. The most famous product is the GeForce series for desktop computer games.

NVIDIA was founded by a trio of Jen-Hsun Huang, Chris Malachowsky and Curtis Priem in 1993 in Santa Clara, California, USA, making success and making huge profits that attracted investors.

While SoftBank (OTCPK: SFTBY) under Masayoshi Son as Chief Executive has become the most productive technology investor in the world. Various investments for startups in Indonesia China, India and US.

The company this week has invested US$100 million to 99 Taxi based in Sao Paulo. In 2016 invested US$147 million into Tokopedia based in Jakarta.

They have acquired ARM with more than US$31 billion. Also acquired Sprint with US$20 billion and invested in the Japanese branch of Vodafone telecommunications operator for US$15 billion.


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