RADEON 7000 and RADEON 7500 chosen by Apple, HP, Fujitsu, IBM, and DELL for new PCS.
The RADEON 7000 will be featured in the IBM NetVista M Series, the HP Compaq Presario 6000 series and the Dell Precision Workstation 340 while the RADEON 7500 is the card of choice for Apple's PowerMac G4, Hewlett-Packard's EVO-310, Fujitsu's FMV-DESKPOWER and Dell's Optiplex GX260.
The RADEON 7000 and RADEON 7500 offer manufacturers powerful and reliable graphics solutions with an outstanding level of design flexibility to meet the needs of a wide range of commercial and consumer systems. ATI's partners have been able to take advantage of the RADEON 7000 and RADEON 7500's flexible display support, including dual independent displays, integrated digital display (DVI) support and TV-out, as well as flexible memory support that allows for a range of solutions.
"The ongoing demand for our RADEON 7000 and RADEON 7500 proves that these exceptional products have firmly established themselves in the market and continue to be recognized as top in their class," said Rick Bergman, Senior Vice-President of Marketing and General Manager of Desktop Business, ATI Technologies Inc. "Our partners appreciate how the RADEON 7000 and RADEON 7500 bridge the gap between power, performance and value, to provide exceptional quality to even the most demanding users."
The RADEON 7000 and RADEON 7500 provide business and home consumers with an array of step-up features over integrated graphics solutions including industry leading DVD playback, up to 64MB of dedicated DDR graphics memory, and advanced 3D and 2D graphics acceleration. All these elements combined position the RADEON 7000 and RADEON 7500 as proven and stable products offering exceptional performance at an attractive value for manufacturers.
ATI Technologies Inc. is a world leader in the design and manufacture of innovative 3D graphics and digital media silicon solutions. An industry pioneer since 1985, ATI delivers leading-edge performance solutions for the full range of PC and Mac desktop and notebook platforms, workstation, set-top box, game console and handheld markets. With 2001 revenues in excess of US $1 billion, ATI has more than 1,900 employees in the Americas, Europe and Asia.