NVIDIA® Handheld Technology Scoops Two “Best Of Show” Awards At Premier Developer Conference
NVIDIA GoForce Technology Demonstrates Next Generation Experience at Freescale Technology Forum
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SANTA CLARA, CA-JULY 28, 2006-NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in programmable graphics processor technologies, today announced that its NVIDIA® GoForce® 5500 graphics processing unit (GPU) technology demonstration was awarded two "Best in Show" awards at the second-annual Freescale Technology Forum Americas, held July 24-27 in Orlando, Florida. The demonstration, entitled "Entertainment Without Limits" was selected as the "Most Innovative Platform" out of approximately 75 exhibitors displaying their products and technologies in the FTF Technology Lab. In addition, NVIDIA received Freescale's coveted People's Choice Award, given to the most impressive demonstration as voted on by attendees of FTF Americas.
The demonstration from NVIDIA was designed to illustrate the experience consumers can expect from the next generation of multimedia enabled handheld devices. It consisted of high performance 3D applications including Siege from Denied Reality and Quake3 from id Software running on a Linux operating system based Freescale i.MX31 ADS system, H.264 HD video on a Linux based Freescale i.MX21 Maxi system, and WMV9 video on a Windows Mobile based Freescale i.MX21 Maxi system. Videos of the NVIDIA GoForce technology demos were also shown during the keynote speech of Michel Mayer, Chairman and CEO of Freescale Semiconductor.
Best of Show judges included Tom Halfhill, senior editor and senior analyst at Microprocessor Report; Lee Goldberg, an editor of analogZONE, an online publication read by more than 125,000 electrical engineers worldwide; and Tom Williams, editor in chief of RTC Magazine. The independent team of media judges ultimately selected NVIDIA from a diverse field of hardware and software product demonstrations based on the GoForce 5500's exceptional performance, combined with low power and small size, targeted at a market with huge growth potential. Judges were quoted as saying that the demonstration exemplified the potential of "graphics on anything!"
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