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Connect3D gone to Twin Tech

Posted on Thursday, June 28 2007 @ 04:10:34 CEST by


The Inq writes TwinTech3D has acquired the bankrupt Connect3D:
One of leading shareholders in TwinTech3D, second-tier Nvidia AIB partner bought a complete stake in now-bankrupt Connect3D. Plan is quite simple - increase the market share for Twintech company with this week's launch of long-delayed HD2400 and HD2600.

There is quite a lot of money invested to back the restart of Connect3D operation, and with TwinTech3D offering Nvidia cards and Connect3D continuing to offer ATI ones, this partnership will pose quite a challenge for remaining Nvidia-only or ATI-only AIBs.

In the past 24 months, we have witnessed quite a lot of shakeups and partnering in the industry, and the number of companies that offer both ATI and Nvidia based cards has grown from two (Asustek, MSI) to "quite a lot", as our sources have it.




 



 

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