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Daily News Round #1 for February 15, 2005

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for February 15, 2005
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Feb 15, 2005 6:31 am

- NVIDIA nForce Professional for HP Workstations

A couple more announcements were made by NVIDIA today alongside the launch of their GeForce Go 6600 GPU's for notebooks. First up, they announce their latest nForce Professional 2200 and 2050 MCPs to be implemented on HP's new top of the line xw9300 workstation, also including SLI technology for future expandibility and some lovely dual Quadro FX action. Further details in the official PR over at NVIDIA's press room.


SINGAPORE - FEBRUARY 15, 2005 - NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), a worldwide leader in graphics and digital media processors, today announced that its latest professional core-logic and graphics solutions will be integrated into the new HP xw9300 Workstation as HP's top-of-the line workstation for performance and expandability. The workstation features the NVIDIA nForce Professional 2200 and 2050 media and communications processors (MCPs) and introduces NVIDIA® scalable link interface (SLI) technology, which harnesses the combined power of two NVIDIA Quadro FX graphics boards in one system, to the professional market.


"NVIDIA has a breadth of technology to enable our partners to develop professional platforms for a variety of markets that require extremely powerful and reliable solutions," said Jeff Brown, general manager of the professional solutions group at NVIDIA. "The HP xw9300 Workstation is a perfect example, where we are able to combine the flexibility of the NVIDIA nForce MCP with the latest SLI technology for NVIDIA Quadro to deliver a class of product that is unmatched in the market today."


- New NVIDIA WMP Enable New Multimedia Capabilities for Mobile Phones


Also announced today from the NVIDIA giants is there new "GoForce 3D 4800" wireless media processor, designed for mobile phones. This takes multimedia functionalities on mobile devices to the next level with finely tuned 3D graphics capabilities, multi-megapixel still imaging, and high-quality video capture and playback. Full details on this one once again over at NVIDIA's press room.


(3GSM WORLD CONGRESS)-CANNES, FRANCE-FEBRUARY 14, 2005-NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), a worldwide leader in graphics and digital media processors, today announced the GoForce 3D 4800, the Company's newest wireless media processor (WMP), which transforms multimedia performance on mobile devices for an unprecedented portable entertainment experience. This new WMP integrates highly realistic 3D graphics, multi-megapixel still imaging, high-quality video capture and playback that rivals home console gaming systems, digital cameras, and video camcorders.


To capture high quality photos, the GoForce 3D 4800 processor includes a JPEG hardware encoder capable of capturing images with up to 3 MegaPixel (2048 x 1536) resolution. The unique NVIDIA FotoPack™ technology automatically optimizes JPEG compression to allow users to store up to three times more photos in the limited memory space on a mobile phone, allowing consumers to capture, store and share more pictures.

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