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Monday, 28 January 2008 13:55

ATI's partners are gaining confidence

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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DistreXXL DAAMIT pulls its act together


We meet regularly with many ATI partners, and we can tell you that the partners generally feel quite confident about the red team.

It was tough to be an ATI partner at one time, but now with first to market with 65nm and by far first to market with 55nm, ATI partners are definitely happier than before.

The sales are good, and if ATI could deliver more RV670s they would be even better. They all agree that Nvidia boosted its numbers by creating insane demand with G92 and failing to deliver, but at the end of the day, only the sales numbers matter.

 

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