NVIDIA's nForce Platform Architecture Selected by Fujitsu-Siemens
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“NVIDIA’s nForce is a ground-breaking architecture, combining all of the advanced technology components needed to transform the PC market,” stated Murielle Taisne, Product Marketing Consumer Management and Michael Hilpert, Module / Information Management at Fujitsu-Siemens. “nForce’s powerful feature set delivers unprecedented graphics and audio capabilities, a balanced system architecture, and sophisticated communications technologies for the ultimate in system and graphics performance.”
“By choosing the nForce Platform Architecture, Fujitsu-Siemens has demonstrated that it continues to be on the leading edge of strategic design and execution,” stated Jen-Hsun Huang, president and CEO at NVIDIA. “We expect this to be the first of many OEM design wins for NVIDIA nForce, positioning NVIDIA as a strategic player in the integrated PC market.”
NVIDIA’s nForce Platform Processing Architecture is comprised of two platform processors: the nForce Integrated Graphics Processor (IGP) and the nForce Media and Communications Processor (MCP). For unmatched system performance, the nForce IGP features the TwinBank optimized 128-bit memory architecture providing the highest possible bandwidth; a dynamic adaptive speculative pre-processor (DASP™) for boosting CPU performance; and an integrated GeForce2™ GPU for unparalleled 3D graphics performance. The nForce MCP integrates an Audio Processing Unit (APU) with a Dolby™ Digital 5.1 real-time encoder; StreamThru™, enhanced data streaming technology for superior broadband and networking performance; and the industry’s most complete media and communications suite, including support for HomePNA 2.0, 10/100 Ethernet and USB. Both the nForce IGP and nForce MCP also feature built-in support for AMD®’s HyperTransport™ interconnect technology, delivering the highest continuous throughput between the two platform processors.
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