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PRNewswire: Indrema Chooses NVIDIA to Power L600 Digital Entertainment System

May 11, 2000, 20:47 (0 Talkback[s])

"Indrema and NVIDIA Share Plans to Bring Superior 3D Graphics to First Linux-Based Console."

"Indrema Corporation, the open source digital entertainment company, today announced its selection of the NVIDIA (Nasdaq: NVDA) future-generation graphics processing unit (GPU) as the standard GPU in the Indrema L600 Entertainment System. NVIDIA has a track record of delivering a new product every season, offering dramatically superior 3D performance for L600 game titles."

"The selection of NVIDIA was the result of Indrema's extensive evaluations of all high-end GPU suppliers. Indrema selected the company based on its outstanding performance in several graphics categories ranging from 3D rendering to HDTV display...."

"Indrema designs, markets and sells consumer electronics and open source system software for digital home entertainment. Founded in January 2000, Indrema believes that all operating system software must evolve in an open source environment, where application software may remain proprietary. Indrema is currently developing a new distribution of the Linux operating system specifically designed for TV and HDTV applications. Indrema consumer electronics products will offer digital audio, video, Internet and next-generation 3D gaming features for the open source platform."

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