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Wednesday, June 23, 2004
ATI is graphics provider of choice for new OEM PCI Express* systems


ATI Technologies Inc. announced it has been chosen by the majority of leading OEMs worldwide to provide the visual processors in their new PCI Express systems.

World-leading OEMs that have chosen ATI’s PCI Express graphics solutions include:
  • ACER
  • Dell
  • eMachines
  • Fujitsu-Siemens
  • Gateway
  • IBM
  • MPC Computers
  • NEC
  • Packard Bell
  • Sony

Additional OEM and system integrator partners will be announced once their PCI Express systems are publicly available. The transition from AGP systems to PCI Express based systems is happening extremely quickly across all market segments.



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