NVIDIA Aims To Up Notebook GPU Market Share

NVIDIA is anticipating that its share of the notebook GPU market, worldwide,
will hit 40% in the first quarter of 2006, rising from 25% in the fourth quarter
of last year. The launch of its GeForce Go 6600 mobile GPU series is expected to
drive this growth. The new mobile GPU series supports such technologies as
DirectX9, Shader Model 3.0 and PureVideo. Several notebook specialists are now
adopting the new GPU series in their PCIe-enabled notebooks. Also
AOpen
announced today that they will use MXM graphics module containing GeForce Go
6600 into their 915PM Alviso chipset for their Sonoma based notebooks.


NVIDIA is anticipating that its share of the notebook GPU market, worldwide,
will hit 40% in the first quarter of 2006, rising from 25% in the fourth quarter
of last year. The launch of its GeForce Go 6600 mobile GPU series is expected to
drive this growth. The new mobile GPU series supports such technologies as
DirectX9, Shader Model 3.0 and PureVideo. Several notebook specialists are now
adopting the new GPU series in their PCIe-enabled notebooks. Also
AOpen
announced today that they will use MXM graphics module containing GeForce Go
6600 into their 915PM Alviso chipset for their Sonoma based notebooks.

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