But does this mean that after the deal is consummated over the next four months, assuming all regulatory hurdles are cleared, one of the most powerful brands in high-performance computing may gradually cede that market to its chief competitor, Nvidia?You can read on over here.
As ATI Senior Vice President Rick Bergman told TG Daily, the answer to that question has yet to be fully determined. "We haven't made any brand decisions yet," said Bergman. "I think everybody in both companies recognizes that ATI has a powerful graphics brand. That's one of the decisions that we just haven't made: What are we going to do with the ATI Radeon graphics brand?"
Will Nvidia GeForce still compete with ATI Radeon?
Posted on Tuesday, Aug 01 2006 @ 01:28 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
TG Daily has an article on the AMD/ATI merger and the implications for NVIDIA.