NVIDIA Introduces nStant Media--Delivering Quick, Easy Access to Digital Media Content on Notebook PCs
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COMPUTEX—TAIPEI, TAIWAN—JUNE 1, 2004—NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in visual processing solutions, today unveiled NVIDIA® nStant Media™—new multimedia software that gives users quick, easy access to digital content on notebook PCs. With the touch of a button, nStant Media enables immediate access to DVDs, digital photos, MP3s and other music files. NVIDIA nStant Media, transforms the notebook into a true portable consumer entertainment device.
“With large, high-resolution displays, massive storage space and a full range of multimedia functions, notebook PCs can be ideal personal entertainment devices,” stated Rob Csongor, general manager mobile business at NVIDIA. “With nStant Media, OEMs and system integrators can turn notebooks into true personal, consumer electronic devices. In less than nine seconds after powering on, the end user has access to media content, utilizing a fraction of the battery life required by traditional notebook solutions.”
nStant Media, combined with an NVIDIA graphics processing unit (GPU), uniquely reduces overall system level power consumption, thus extending battery life beyond normal usage.
To view a demonstration of NVIDIA nStant Media, please visit the NVIDIA meeting suite in the Taiwan World Trade Center, this week at Computex.
NVIDIA nStant Media is currently available to OEMs and ODMs for integration into notebooks and is not sold as stand-alone retail software. NVIDIA nStant Media is also available to OEMs as a software development kit for customized solutions that take full advantage of the NVIDIA graphics processor’s dedicated video hardware and power management features.
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