Created after the fall of ALi, ULi is a new Taiwanese chipset maker that's set to rapidly encroach on VIA and SiS territory. The ULi chipset most relevant to enthusiasts is the M1695, which supports both AGP and PCI-Express, as well as AMD's X2 (dual-core) processors. The demo system pictured below shows AGP, PCI and PCI-Express graphics cards running at the same time, meaning that the chipset can potentially support 6 displays.
ULi was also displaying its new M1575 south bridge, which supports all of its competitors' features (including SATA II), with the exception of onboard networking. Expect to see many of these chipsets on motherboards that use both ULi's Northbridge chipsets and ATI's new chipsets. We looking forward to testing it soon.
There are a number of motherboard manufacturers currently using ULi chips, as highlighted in the image below.