Of course, Orton find himself head to head against renowned Nvidia egotist Jen Hsen, the CEO of Nvidia – the contrast between the two could not be more different.You can read more over here.
First off, Orton denies the rumours – spawned at E3 – that ATI is up for grabs by Intel. Indeed, and as you’d expect, Intel and ATI are constantly talking to each other. Orton told the INQ that was natural because the PC ecosystem and the churn demands that. The chipset business is important to ATI, and Intel and his firm are natural partners.
Interview with ATI
Posted on Sunday, May 21 2006 @ 03:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck