Press release; Adam Connors, DigiTimes.com [Tuesday 16 April 2002]
Trident Microsystems, a US-based graphics chip maker, and its Taiwanese foundry partner United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC) have released samples of Trident’s new XP4, a 3D graphics processor with a performance of one billion pixels/second with consumption of a maximum of three watts performance-per-watt twice that of products from Nvidia and ATI Technologies, the companies claim.
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Press release; Adam Connors, DigiTimes.com [Thursday 4 April 2002]
Taiwan’s United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC) and German consumer electronics IC design firm Micronas have announced that they have successfully developed and reached first-pass success with a new 0.18-micron mixed-mode CMOS video controller chip, soon to be ready for the flat-panel display market that includes LCD and plasma displays.
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