NVIDIA and AMD Deliver Ultimate Mobile Computing Platform
NVIDIA GeForce Go Mobile GPUs and New AMD Athlon™ XP-M Processor Provide High Performance and Advanced Power Management for Notebook PCs
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CEBIT 2003—HANOVER, GERMANY—MARCH 12, 2003—NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in visual processing solutions, today announced that the Company’s entire series of NVIDIA® GeForce™ Go mobile graphics processing units (GPUs), are designed to take advantage of the new processing and power management capabilities offered by the new AMD Athlon™ XP-M processor 2400+ for notebook PCs.
“The combination of our GeForce Go mobile GPUs and the new AMD Athlon XP-M processor provides OEMs with the latest technologies to design mobile platforms that rival the performance and functionality of today’s fastest desktop PCs,” said Rob Csongor, senior director of mobile product management at NVIDIA. “Given that notebook PCs are fast becoming a consumer entertainment platform, the extensive feature set and advanced power saving technologies offered by NVIDIA and AMD will no doubt further that trend.”
“Systems based on AMD Athlon XP-M processors and NVIDIA mobile graphics technologies will provide customers with cutting-edge innovation, whether they need mobile computing to stay productive on the road or for a high-performance desktop replacement,” said Marc Warshawsky, AMD’s director, mobile and emerging markets, Computation Products Group. “Customers who want an uncompromised mobile PC experience, whether for business applications or digital video and audio entertainment, should look to AMD and NVIDIA for a portable platform that provides performance today, and scalability and compatibility to expand with customers’ growing needs.”
With a revolutionary core of integrated technologies, the GeForce Go series of mobile GPUs ensures unparalleled performance, battery life, and DVD and video playback. From notebooks powerful enough to replace current desktop PCs, to those that are both thin and light, NVIDIA GeForce Go mobile GPUs provide unprecedented mobile computing experiences.
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