NVIDIA crackles along.
INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM – SAN FRANCISCO, CA — FEBRUARY 25, 2002 — NVIDIA® Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) today introduced NVDVD™, a new software-based DVD player/decoder architected specifically for NVIDIA’s family of graphics and multimedia processors. NVIDIA NVDVD, to be demonstrated this week at the Intel® Developer Forum, is designed to power DVD playback for a new generation of NVIDIA-based mobile and desktop PCs.Read the rest of the press release here.
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