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ATI keeps its Intel licence

Posted on Wednesday, July 26 2006 @ 23:50:34 CEST by


ATI's VP said its Intel licence is still intact:
WE LEARNED that ATI will continue to ship Intel based chipsets for as long as the market demands them. It will be awkward as the AMD owned company will produce Intel based chipsets, but that is exactly what will happen in the months to come.

ATI senior VP and general manager Phil Eisler said: "There is no truth to the rumour that Intel has pulled ATI's chipset licence. We continue to ship Intel chipsets under licence." In the short term at least, this story doesn't tell the whole story. Future developments are a different kettle of fish.




 



 

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