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Daily News Round #2 for March 22, 2004

Daily News Round #2 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for March 22, 2004
By Steve Dougherty from Mar 22, 2004 @ 9:51 CST

- XGI at Game Developer Conference 2004

XGI have announced that they will be attending this year's Game Developer Conference exhibition from Mar 24 to 26 in which they will be showcasing their latest Volari 3D technology as well as liaising with worldwide game developers etc. You can obtain more information on the event itself at the official GDC website. Read below for full details from XGI.


Taipei, March 22nd, 2003 -- XGI™ Technology Inc, an innovative graphics chipsets supplier, announced to attend GDC (Game Developer Conference) 2004 exhibition from March 24th to 26th. XGI™ will exhibit latest advanced Volari™ 3D technology and conduct meetings with worldwide game developers at Exposuite 135 of Convention Center in San Jose, California. The Game Developers Conference defines the future game industry and shapes the next generation of entertainment. The conference provides an independent forum for expert developers from around the world to share ideas, build skills, and learn about the latest tools and technologies.


Miss Wei-wei Yin, Business Development Manager at XGI™ Technology Inc., says, "XGI™ exerts its strength to ensure that Volari™ GPUs have the best hardware design and software support by working closely with most hardware and software vendors. By attending such conferences as GDC, XGI™ will guarantee to deliver not only blazing 3D gaming experience, but also ultimate product quality of Volari™ family with current and future game titles." Today, as one of the top three graphics chipset provider, XGI™ works closely with numerous strategic partners to offer complete Volari™ series products and solutions for the industry and the gaming world. XGI™ is going to ensure delivering best image quality and being most compatible with all PC games.


- Shuttle's Game Power exhibit draws monster crowds

Shuttle reports back from CeBIT today that they've been overwhelmed with the hoards of people flocking to their booth for a gork at the latest offered in the way of their excessively popular SFF technology. The appearance of some of the world's best counter-strike teams fragging away using Shuttle's SFF systems only had the crowds even more so keen to battle their way to the front.


(Taipei, Taiwan - March 22, 2004) Shuttle's CeBIT booth has been packed to the rafters with hordes of punters trying to get their hands on our latest SFF technology. Furthermore Shuttle's Game Power exhibit, which featured the likes of Schroet Kommando and Adrenaline, drew crowds of spectators, eager to see the World's best counter strike teams frag-it-out on the World's best LAN gaming computer.


"The response has been absolutely mind-bending," said CK Huang, CEO. "The number of people stopping, looking and coming back time after time to see Shuttle's latest SFF advancements is truly impressive."


With over 100 fully configured computers, our new XP17 LCD flat panel display and our ever present bleeding-edge motherboards on show, distributors, OEMs, system integrators, media and consumers are invited to come and check out for themselves Shuttle's CeBIT booth. Located in the Hannover Messe, Hall 22, Stand A26, sales, marketing and engineering staff will be on hand to help you discover Shuttle's industry leading products.