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Intel has Multicore GPU money in Lucid Information Technology

Written by Daniel
Wednesday, 03 January 2007
Intel Invests into Multi-GPU Technology Firm.
Intel Backs Multi-GPU Graphics Startup
by Anton Shilov
X-bit Labs

Intel Capital, a venture capital arm of Intel Corp., the world’s largest maker of x86 microprocessors, has reportedly invested millions of dollars into a company that is developing a technology that is expected to enable “seamless” multi-GPU arrays which will deliver great performance scalability without the need of special driver tailoring......

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