NVIDIA Turns Up the Heat at SIGGRAPH 2003
Worldwide Leader in Visual Processing Leads Programmability Charge with New Products, Tools and Partners
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SIGGRAPH—SAN DIEGO, CA—JULY 29, 2003—NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in visual processing solutions, today announced that over 250 innovative NVIDIA Quadro® FX graphics solutions are populating the SIGGRAPH 2003 show floor in training sessions, booths, giveaways, and specialty pavilions. Recognized as the world’s largest marketplace of computer graphics and interactive techniques, SIGGRAPH is the premier forum for getting up close and hands-on with the newest hardware, software tools, and applications from NVIDIA and its partners.
“The graphics industry is the most dynamic industry in the computing market,” said Dan Vivoli, executive vice president of marketing at NVIDIA. “Over the last year, NVIDIA and the industry as a whole have taken gigantic strides with the introduction of high-level shading languages such as Microsoft's HLSL, NVIDIA's Cg, and the emerging OpenGL Shading Language; programmable hardware like NVIDIA Quadro FX and GeForce™ FX; and APIs including OpenGL® 1.5 and DirectX® 9.0. The entire graphics industry is focused on delivering awe-inspiring graphics content in real-time to people around the world.”
Exciting NVIDIA events at SIGGRAPH 2003 include:
“In addition to being all over the show floor and in the training rooms, NVIDIA products will be available for sale from PNY Technologies at SIGGRAPH,” said Matt Mustachio, senior director of marketing for PNY. “PNY is focused on meeting the needs of its professional customers, including providing the convenience of shopping right off the convention center floor.”
NVIDIA’s products and partners can be found at the show in the Company’s main booth #2625.
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