NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA) Is Gearing Up To End 32-Bit OS Support- Intel Corporation (INTC)


NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) taking place in active move after slightly up 0.40% to the trading price of $198.23 in latest session.

NVIDIA (NVDA) is gearing up to end 32-bit OS support. If you haven’t upgraded to a 64-bit operating system, you might want to soon. The time of the 32-bit OS continues its slow descent into obsolescence. NVIDIA reported that Version 390 of its graphics card driver would be the last to support 32-bit Windows, Linux and FreeBSD systems.

While this shouldn’t come as a surprise 64-bit systems have become the norm, there are folks and organizations out there that are stuck using legacy machines. Maybe they have to run 16-bit or 32-bit applications that 64-bit systems don’t support.

Of course, using older operating systems typically means using less secure operating systems. This is how the WannaCryransomware was able to cripple the UK’s NHS. It exploited a vulnerability in older versions of Windows that the hospitals were running for various reasons including controlling critical medical equipment and accessing patient data. If you’re personally running a 32-bit system and you count on NVIDIA graphics drivers, it probably time to start looking to upgrade if you can. Sure change is scary. But not as scary as the security issues that pop up using old technology.

Its 52-week range quite noticeable, lower range was $108.25% and hit highest level of $-9.37%. The overall volume in the last trading session was 5.25 Million shares. The firm shares 50 day moving average were calculated -1.66%. The firm’s institutional ownership remained 65.70% while insider ownership included 0.50%.

Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) trade at $46.08 by slightly up remains unchanged in most recent trading session with share volume of 4.69 Million. Intel (INTC) is to fab an SSD BGA-mounted 1TB Intel SSD. As the info reveals, the new package is actually larger than the NAND on an Intel 600p SSD. The BGA “solder ball” layout also identifies the package as an MCP SSD (multi-chip package).

A single BGA package could be soldered directly onto say a standard M.2 PCB, however, the nature of BGA designs is that they often end up being mounted directly towards a motherboard PCB for a PC or (most likely) laptop.

It’s pretty safe to assume that Intel will be using new 64-layer Micron NAND. Samsung earlier this month also reported their BGA 512 GB eUFS SSD, that model will be applied in smartphones.

The share is moved forward to its percent change from 52-week low of 38.67% and hanging back from its percent change from 52-week high of -3.27%. Shares price moved down from its 50 days moving average with 3.97% and remote positively from 200 days moving average with 21.27%.


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