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Wednesday, June 07, 2006
Nvidia Introduces Platform for Win Mobile devices


New NVIDIA MobileMedia Platform Brings 3D, Video and High-Definition Audio Support to a New Wave of Mobile Devices

NVIDIA today announced the availability of its MobileMedia Platform for handheld devices running Windows Mobile 5.0.

Designed to enable handheld manufacturers to rapidly design and release digital, media-rich devices with Windows Mobile 5.0, the NVIDIA MobileMedia Platform is a complete development kit containing all of the hardware and software components, with examples for delivering everything from smooth Digital TV and video, to incredible 3D graphics for gaming, to high fidelity audio.



"Windows Mobile 5.0 offers a flexible and customizable platform that delivers the most dynamic, open environment for a wide range of digital media, such as 3D gaming, music and digital TV, with unique access to business productivity tools like Office, e-mail and Web browsers," said Jason Lim, Regional Director, Asia Pacific and Japan, Windows Mobile and Embedded Devices Division, Microsoft Corporation. "Microsoft recognizes that users want devices that offer a robust combination of productivity and lifestyle applications, and with the NVIDIA MobileMedia Platform, device makers will now be able to easily build media-rich Windows Mobile 5.0 powered devices that truly enhance the mobile lifestyle."

A number of devices based on the NVIDIA MobileMedia Platform for Windows Mobile 5.0 have already been announced, including products from Samsung, HTC / Modeo, and ReignComm. In addition, NVIDIA is working closely with Intel and Freescale on reference designs for Windows Mobile 5.0 devices which are in development and will be announced later this year.

For more information on the NVIDIA MobileMedia platform for Windows Mobile 5.0 handheld devices, please visit: http://www.nvidia.com/object/mobilemedia_platform.html


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