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    Nvidia is a description of the new 6-year reciprocal license agreement with Intel today announced the signing. According to the statement made by Intel, Nvidia, starting from January 18 to take advantage of technologies within the framework of a five-year plan to pay a license fee of $ 1.5 billion. Within the scope of this agreement, both Intel, Nvidia, in cases vazgeçecekler mutually opened. Jen-Hsun Huang, Nvidia's top administrator, said the statement on the subject: "This agreement heralds a new era for Nvidia. The reciprocal license agreement with Intel, visual, and parallel processing technologies that reflect the increasing value. This agreement also have consultations and developing a personal mobile computing with emphasis on the importance of cloud computing markets. " he said.

    Within the scope of the agreement, Intel, Nvidia's ability to protect access to all the patents. Nvidia as the license fee will be $ 1.5 billion in total six-year deal earlier, but these patents will retain the rights of access arising from patents in the Intel processors, chipsets and flash memory will be. Lawsuits filed after the cartoon crisis that erupted in a row and the ground to find agreement the two companies had been questioned bulmayacağı. Today, with the explanation of the Nvidia and Intel, will end on March 31 of the previous agreement was renewed.


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    Interesting

    sounds a bit like child support though.

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