Taiwan investors lament Nvidia’s decision to list on U.S. bourse instead
By: Judy Lin, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
TAIPEI (Taiwan News)—When people think about top performing Taiwanese
enterprises most recognize Apple key assembler Foxconn also known as Hon Hai Precision Industry in its home country, but few know that graphic chip processor maker Nvidia that has transitioned successfully into the field of artificial intelligence (AI) is founded by a Taiwanese as well.
Founded by Jensen Huang (黃仁勳), Chris Malachowsky and Curtis Priem in 1993, Nvidia’s market value of US$81.7 billion has overtaken Foxconn’s US$30 billion, and would have been the second biggest enterprise in Taiwan in terms of value if it had been listed on the local bourse, said Wealth Magazine Chairman Hsieh Chin-ho (謝金河). [FULL STORY]