NVIDIA Reports Operating Results@ 2004/08/06
Second Quarter Fiscal 2005 Highlights
* NVIDIA launched volume production of its desktop GeForce 6800
family, which includes the 6800 Ultra, 6800 GT and 6800. The
GeForce 6800 Ultra and GT were recently named the recommended GPUs
for id Software's Doom 3(TM), regarded as one of the most highly-
anticipated PC games in history.
* NVIDIA announced SLI(TM), or Scalable Link Interface, a patent
pending technology which enables multiple GPUs in a PCI Express
system. By combining two GeForce 6 GPUs in a single system,
consumers can nearly double the performance over a single GeForce
* NVIDIA nForce(TM) family was awarded top honors as the chipsets of
choice for each of the high-end, mid-range and low-end AMD-based
motherboards by AnandTech, one of the leading IT sources for
hardware analysis and industry news.
* NVIDIA announced the Mobile PCI Express Module, or MXM(TM), a common
graphics module for PCI Express-based notebook PCs. MXM was jointly
designed by NVIDIA and the industry's leading notebook Original
Design Manufacturers (ODM), including Quanta, Wistron, FIC, Uniwill,
Clevo, AOpen, Tatung, Arima, Asustek and Mitac.
* NVIDIA launched volume production of its GoForce(TM) 4000 wireless
media processors designed into next generation Motorola and
Mitsubishi cell phones. NVIDIA also announced a new design win for
its GoForce 2100 with Samsung Electronics' new SCH-M500 Mobile
* The NVIDIA Quadro(R) FX 4000 SDI, the TV and broadcast industry's
first graphics-to-video-out capable solution connected to
programmable graphics, captured the NAB Video Systems Hit Pick 2004
Award, a distinction for products that are expected to make
significant impacts on its industry.