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NVIDIA essentially exiting the chipset business  - NVIDIA essentially exiting the chipset business
Fri, October 09 2009 | 5:10PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"A cheery conclusion, but one that simply tries to hide the fact that NVIDIA is leaving the once-profitable chipset business behind. The term "well into the future" is purposely ambiguous after all - ION and the ION 2 product could in fact last into 2011 if NVIDIA plays its cards right or it could fizzle out in mid-2010 depending on how aggressive Intel becomes on pricing, etc. After ION 2 sees the door we can assume that parts of the chipset team at NVIDIA will survive to do marketing and support of the product but engineers will be reassigned or looking for new work outside the company."
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