ALi signs license agreement with Intel for Pentium M chipsets

Posted on Wednesday, December 31 2003 @ 13:32 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Today ALi has announced that they have signed an agreement with Intel that allows them to develop chips supporting the Pentium M CPU.
ATI Technologies was the first company to sign the Pentium M chipset agreement. Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS) launched two Pentium M chipsets – the SiS648MX and SiSM661MX – last September. VIA Technologies has yet to license this technology from Intel.
Source: DigiTimes

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