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NVIDIA: Intel Atom pricing is unfair

Posted on Tuesday, May 19 2009 @ 16:37:38 CEST by


NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang accuses Intel of unfair pricing on its Atom processors, Huang explains PC builders can buy the Atom in an Intel chipset bundle for $25, but if you want to buy the Atom alone it will cost you $45.
Nvidia makes graphics chips that pair with Intel's low-powered Atom in lower-priced netbook computers. He said Intel sells an Atom chip by itself for $45, but sells a three-chip set for $25 to lure business away.

"That seems pretty unfair," he said. "We ought to be able to compete and serve that market."

Last week, the European Commission fined Intel $1.06 billion euros and ordered it to change its business practices for competing illegally against Advanced Micro Devices.




 



 

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