Nokia To Boost Multimedia With ATI Chips
May 4, 2006, 12:24 PM by (staff)
Nokia and ATI today announced the companies will work together to bring better graphics and audio to Nokia handsets. The two companies will begin holding workshops together in the second half of this year to introduce developers to ATI technologies. Nokia phones using ATI's hardware aren't expected until the second half of 2007. This announcement is likely associated with ATI's purchase of Bitboys yesterday. Bitboys is a European developer of mobile graphics chips that was funded by Nokia Ventures.
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