There you have it - nVidia @ Intel Solutions Summit 2004 from Sydney, Australia. nVidia had quite a few interesting products on display, much more than I thought I would see at first. But as for the rest of the companies showcasing their products, I couldn't tell you.
It was interesting to find out only two days before attending ISS that media were not allowed to attend the event. Surely there could be no harm in letting Australian media visit ISS in future years. nVidia were delighted when I told them we would be posting some coverage of their booth from ISS on TweakTown and I am pretty certain all other companies would have loved the prospect of receiving free publicity about their upcoming products.
I would even go as far as saying if media were invited more companies could justify the costs in attending ISS knowing full well they will receive media attention and not just partner. Maybe we will see a change for ISS 2005?
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- nVidia @ ISS 2004 - Page 1 [Introduction]
- nVidia @ ISS 2004 - Page 2 [nVidia's Booth - GeForce 6800]
- nVidia @ ISS 2004 - Page 3 [nVidia's Booth - PCI Express in Action]
- nVidia @ ISS 2004 - Page 4 [nVidia's Booth - Intel 64-bit processor?]
- nVidia @ ISS 2004 - Page 5 [Conclusion]
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