AMD's recent success with the Radeon series has been largely at Nvidia's expense. After both financial and technological setbacks, many have wondered what Nvidia's plan going forward is to recover. A recent interview has revealed much about what they are up to, in which Jen Hsun Huang spoke about the company's future, CUDA, GPUs and chipsets.

It's pretty short, but to the point. Nvidia still sees the standard processor as something that is giving diminishing returns, and will wane faced with specialty processors like current GPUs using CUDA technology. They also don't see their chipset business as suffering - quite the opposite, they see themselves as "years" ahead of AMD. It's a short but interesting read on what Nvidia feels is really going on today.