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Nvidia may have Intel Pentium 4 licence for nothing

Posted on Sunday, November 21 2004 @ 21:18:25 CET by

The agreement between Nvidia and Intel to sign a "broad" cross licensing agreement is generating a whirlwind of rumours about the deal, largely because neither company will elaborate on the sparse two or three lines in the joint press release they issued last week.

There's no-one more paranoid in the IT industry than chip companies, and when we asked Nvidia to comment on whether it would pay Intel a Pentium 4 licence fee, the firm's response was along the following bottom-clenching lines:

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