ATI: "PCI Express notebooks to account for 60-70% by this summer"

Posted on Thursday, January 13 2005 @ 17:12 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
ATI believes that by this summer 60-70% of global notebook shipments will feature PCI Express graphics solutions - partly because of the new Intel Sonoma platform that will be launched on January 19.
Demand for PCIe-enabled graphics chips will definitely surge after Intel launches its new Sonoma notebook platform, Bergman noted. The chip giant is slated to launch the new platform on January 19, according to an earlier DigiTimes report.

In addition, PCIe-enabled desktops will account for 50% of global desktop shipments by the middle of this year and will continue to advance to 90% by year-end, Bergman said.
More info at DigiTimes

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