AMD today announced support for Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2004 on AMD Athlon(tm) 64 processors based on AMD64 technology. Desktop and mobile systems based on AMD processors provide the performance users need to enjoy digital entertainment according to their taste, schedule and location. AMD64 technology enables immersive audio and video features for cinematic computing. Cinematic computing is an evolutionary journey toward a destination where mind-blowing 3-D games reach a new level of realism, and experiencing digital media is quick, effortless and real-time. AMD is collaborating with leading system builders including Shuttle and MSI to provide customers with creative PC form factors that will fit not only in the home office, but any room of the home. AMD is also working with partners including NVIDIA, ATI and Realtek to provide customers advanced multimedia feature sets for an outstanding cinematic computing experience.

AMD today announced support for Microsoft®
Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2004 on AMD Athlon(tm) 64 processors based on
AMD64 technology. Desktop and mobile systems based on AMD processors provide the
performance users need to enjoy digital entertainment according to their taste,
schedule and location. AMD64 technology enables immersive audio and video
features for cinematic computing. Cinematic computing is an evolutionary journey
toward a destination where mind-blowing 3-D games reach a new level of realism,
and experiencing digital media is quick, effortless and real-time. AMD is
collaborating with leading system builders including Shuttle and MSI to provide
customers with creative PC form factors that will fit not only in the home
office, but any room of the home. AMD is also working with partners including
NVIDIA, ATI and Realtek to provide customers advanced multimedia feature sets
for an outstanding cinematic computing experience.

NVIDIA today announced that its comprehensive
product suite for Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2004-based PCs is
the technology of choice for the majority of desktop and notebook Media Center
PC models being introduced for the fall and holiday buying seasons. For Windows
XP Media Center Edition 2004, NVIDIA added support for crisp TV and DVD
playback, through custom control settings accessed through the Media Center user
interface using a remote control. These settings, exposed only through NVIDIA’s
new software suite, give consumers more flexibility and control over their
entertainment experience. NVIDIA’s comprehensive Media Center product suite
includes GeForce(TM) FX graphics, NVIDIA nForce(TM) media and communications
processors, and the NVIDIA MCE TV, a hardware MPEG-2 encode PCI tuner card. Each
component is designed to provide the most compatible, stable, and reliable
platform for experiencing digital entertainment applications. PCs and notebooks
based on Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 are now available in
North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.