NVIDIA Extends 64-Bit Graphics Leadership to Intel-Based Workstations
NVIDIA Technology Provides Customers with the Fastest, Most Feature Rich and Compatible Graphics for 64-Bit Workstation Platforms
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INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM – SAN FRANCISCO - FEBRUARY 17, 2004 - NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) announced today that its has unveiled its 64-bit software technology, optimized for Intel Corporation’s future Intel® Xeon™ processor with 64-bit extension technology. The new software features 16 lanes of PCI-Express capability dedicated to graphics processing. Featured in NVIDIA’s ForceWare Unified Driver Architecture, NVIDIA’s early release of its Forceware Release 64-Bit provides high performance, advanced scalability, and unmatched support, addressing the most demanding needs of technical workstation users who require large amounts of memory and floating point performance in areas such as mechanical design and analysis, digital content creation and scientific and high-performance computing applications.
“The 64-Bit computing market has made great strides over the last couple of years,” said Dwight Diercks, vice president of software development at NVIDIA. “The Intel Xeon processor platform with 64-bit extensions will provide professional graphics users a super-charged platform that can run both 32-bit and 64-bit applications. NVIDIA’s commitment to supporting this platform technology starts by delivering high-performance, stable solutions – and ends with unrivaled quality and productivity.”
Available for download today at www.nvidia.com, NVIDIA Forceware is designed to provide native performance for both 32-bit and 64-bit software applications, granting business users the benefit of long-term investment protection as these systems are designed to enable seamless transition from a 32-bit to 64-bit environment. In addition, NVIDIA UDA ensures that all of NVIDIA’s advanced graphics and desktop management features are available for all 64-bit platforms.
For more information about joint NVIDIA-Intel collaborations, please visit: www.nvidia.com/object/pci_express.html.
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