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NVIDIA

(NVIDIA Corporation, Santa Clara, CA, www.nvidia.com) A leading designer of graphics and mobile processors. Founded in 1993 by Jen-Hsun Huang, Chris Malachowsky and Curtis Priem, NVIDIA launched its first multimedia processor, the NV1, in 1995. NVIDIA is a fabless company (chips are made elsewhere) that is known worldwide for its advanced technologies. NVIDIA chips with brand names such as GeForce, Quadro, Titan and Tegra are built into the products of numerous vendors. See GeForce, Tegra, Titan, NVIDIA SHIELD, Physx, SLI, CUDA and 3D Vision.


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-- Are backed by the NVIDIA ForceWare software suite and NVIDIA Unified Driver Architecture (UDA), ensuring industry-renowned compatibility and reliability for a great user experience
Featured in NVIDIA's ForceWare Unified Driver Architecture, NVIDIA's early release of its ForceWare Release 64-Bit provides high performance, advanced scalability, and unmatched support, addressing the most demanding needs of technical workstation users who require large amounts of memory and floating point performance in areas such as mechanical design and analysis, digital content creation and scientific and high-performance computing applications.
Available for download at http://www.nvidia.com, NVIDIA ForceWare is designed to provide native performance for both 32-bit and 64-bit software applications, granting business users the benefit of long-term investment protection as these systems are designed to enable seamless transition from a 32-bit to 64-bit environment.
All NVIDIA nForce3 MCPs support the robust NVIDIA ForceWare Unified Software Environment (USE), which provides enhanced functionality and performance, including utilities for monitoring system performance, networking configurations, audio environments, and more.
When combined with the robust NVIDIA ForceWare Unified Software Environment (USE), including utilities for monitoring system performance, settings, audio environments, hard drive configurations, and more, the digital media experience is complete.
NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA), has introduced NVIDIA ForceWare, a powerful new suite of software tools and utilities designed to unleash unparalleled digital media experiences across all computing platforms.
"With the introduction of ForceWare, NVIDIA is expanding its technology leadership into the software world," said Ujesh Desai, director of software product management at NVIDIA.
The foundation of NVIDIA ForceWare is the revolutionary NVIDIA Unified Driver Architecture (UDA), which delivers forward-and-backward hardware and software compatibility across all NVIDIA products.
The NVIDIA ForceWare unified software environment (USE) includes new drivers and compilers; desktop management software; system management software; and new multimedia software.
ForceWare features a robust set of desktop management tools, enabling users to customize their Microsoft Windows desktop experience, connect multiple displays, adjust video levels for DVD viewing, and change screen orientation for unique monitor configurations.
For nForce media and communications processors (MCPs), the NVIDIA ForceWare system management tools include desktop overclocking and monitoring utilities for high-speed system performance; unparalleled security and firewall features; NVMixer for configuring audio and speaker environments; and NVIDIA RAID for multiple disk management.
The NVIDIA ForceWare Multimedia tools integrate PC multimedia functionality into a simple-to-use interface, allowing end users to record live TV, watch DVDs, burn a TV show to recordable media, listen to music, and even stream content to other clients.