Sponsored Links
Last Thursday in San Francisco, Cadence -- a company not well-known to anyone but chip makers, but extremely crucial to them for the software and hardware solutions it provides for the design of chips -- held a roundtable discussion with high-level staff responsible for some of the most crucial processors in the gaming space.

Attendees included AMD's vice president of engineering, Robert Feldstein, Cadence Design Systems' CTO Ted Vucurevich, IBM fellow and director of processor technology James A. Kahle, Intel director of gaming program office Randy Stude, and NVIDIA vice president of graphics processing unit engineering Jonah M. Alben.

IBM, AMD, Nvidia, Intel Talk The Future Of Gaming Processors


More PlayStation 3 News...