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Dunno if this is the same XGI that makes those awesome Volari video decoding video cards, but if it is, we know exactly what ATI wants to do now...

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ATI Technologies Inc. Buys Shanghai-based XGI Technology Inc. Alliance Company

Acquisition Increases Company's Presence in Mainland China and Adds Further Research and Development Capability

TORONTO & SHANGHAI, China--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 6, 2006-- ATI Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ:ATYT) (TSX:ATY) today announced the acquisition of Shanghai-based Macrosynergy, an XGI Technology alliance company, as well as related personnel working out of XGI Technology's Santa Clara, California location. With the acquisition ATI immediately increases its presence in Shanghai, China, considered to be the epicenter of China's burgeoning technology market. At the same time the company acquires the research and design expertise of an organization best known for its multimedia add-in boards for personal computers.
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Dunno if this is the same XGI that makes those awesome Volari video decoding video cards, but if it is, we know exactly what ATI wants to do now...
ATI wants to totally kick some ass, that's what.
    
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