NVIDIA and Intel today announced that the companies have signed a broad,
multi-year patent cross-license agreement spanning multiple product lines and
product generations. Additionally, the companies signed a multi-year chipset
agreement for NVIDIA to license Intel’s front-side bus technology. This will
enable NVIDIA to deliver the NVIDIA nForce(TM) platform technology on
Intel-based systems.

“Today’s agreements are significant for both companies and, more importantly,
represent a win for our mutual customers who now have more choices for enhancing
the PC experience,” said Louis Burns, Intel vice president and general manager,
Desktop Products Group. “NVIDIA and Intel are working together to enhance the
end-user computing experience,” added Jen-Hsun Huang, president and chief
executive officer of NVIDIA. “NVIDIA’s product portfolio offers exciting
technology options to Intel customers, including the NVIDIA nForce platform and
the PCI Express-based SLI graphics technology solution.”

NVIDIA and Intel today announced that the companies have signed a broad,
multi-year patent cross-license agreement spanning multiple product lines and
product generations. Additionally, the companies signed a multi-year chipset
agreement for NVIDIA to license Intel’s front-side bus technology. This will
enable NVIDIA to deliver the NVIDIA nForce(TM) platform technology on
Intel-based systems.

"Today’s agreements are significant for both companies and, more importantly,
represent a win for our mutual customers who now have more choices for enhancing
the PC experience," said Louis Burns, Intel vice president and general manager,
Desktop Products Group. "NVIDIA and Intel are working together to enhance the
end-user computing experience," added Jen-Hsun Huang, president and chief
executive officer of NVIDIA. "NVIDIA’s product portfolio offers exciting
technology options to Intel customers, including the NVIDIA nForce platform and
the PCI Express-based SLI graphics technology solution."