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ATI on plans for the near future and the “acquisition” of XGI

According to Taiwanese sources, the shortage of ATI GPUs in
in particular, Radeon 9600XT will be discontinued at the end of March. In addition, the executive
the director of the company confirmed that the supply of chipsets with support for PCI Express
start in the second quarter. To date, many ATI OEM customers in the sectors
motherboards and video cards have already tested the proposed solutions and reported
plans to use ATI developments in their products.

Recall that ATI graphics processors, which will be presented in
second quarter. are R420 (AGP 8x), R423 (PCI Express x16), RV380 (PCI
Express x16), RV410 (AGP8x, PCI Express x16), RV370 (PCI Express x16).

According to the company’s management, by the end of the year, the ratio of processors under
AGP 8x and PCI Express to the total number of released chips “will be comparable”.
As for rumors about plans to acquire ATI Technologies of XGI Technology division,
first “spotted” in the Taiwanese edition of the Economic Daily News,
ATI representatives only note that they are not going to give any comments.

Many analysts doubt the deal would make sense. Recall that XGI
Consists of the graphic divisions of Trident Microsystems and Silicon Integrated Systems.
XGI acquired Trident’s graphics division last July; to the present
At the moment, the company’s share in the GPU sector is extremely small, since
the company is just beginning to “get on its feet”, ATI has 25%, therefore
so far, from the point of view of increasing ATI’s market share, it makes no sense to buy XGI. Everything
the fact is that ATI acquired NxtWave Communications and ArtX to consolidate
in the consumer sector (digital television and cell phones). XGI so far
ATI cannot “offer” anything of the kind.

So there are no formal reasons and reasons for the acquisition, whether the deal will take place
in fact – time will tell.

Based on materials from Digitimes, Elite
Bastards.com

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