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Synaptics and NVIDIA team up to improve tablet touch experience

Posted on Sunday, February 26 2012 @ 22:11:15 CET by

Synaptics and NVIDIA announced a partnership to deliver premium touch experience for tablets. The PR is included below, it even includes a quote from Rick Bergman, AMD's former Products Group General Manager.
Synaptics Inc. (NASDAQ: SYNA), a leading developer of human interface solutions for mobile computing, communications and entertainment devices, today announced support for NVIDIA®’s DirectTouch™ architecture for the tablet market. Through its engineering partnership with NVIDIA, Synaptics continues to address consumer demand for thinner and lighter tablet devices that deliver an enhanced user experience. By collaborating with NVIDIA on DirectTouch, Synaptics offers OEMs broad choices on tablet touch solutions, including the recently announced high-performance, single asic ClearPadTM 7300, the industry’s premier large touch screen solution.

With industry leading system-level engineering expertise, global design and technical support centers and over 1 billion capacitive touch solutions in the market, Synaptics is uniquely positioned to help enrich the success of the DirectTouch architecture. DirectTouch is a new technology of the NVIDIA Tegra® 3 processor, the world’s only 4-PLUS-1™ quad-core processor with a fifth battery saver core.

Synaptics’ partnership with NVIDIA leverages the company’s lengthy tenure of innovation and design expertise in the touch space. OEMs will benefit from rapid development and fast time to market advantages due to the qualification nature of having both the touch and processor solutions offered in a single reference platform.

Michael Rayfield, General Manager of the Mobile business at NVIDIA, added, “Synaptics and NVIDIA are collaborating extensively to deliver an outstanding touchscreen experience to consumers. Combining DirectTouch with Synaptics’ technologies provides an offering that will help partners create quad-core mobile devices with a super touch experience.”

“Synaptics prides itself on developing key ecosystem partnerships with industry leaders, such as NVIDIA,” said Rick Bergman, President and CEO of Synaptics. “We are confident that the user experience delivered by Tegra 3 with its 4-PLUS-1 quad-core processor will raise the performance and battery life bar in the exploding tablet market.”



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