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March 29, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Intel Corp wants to extend its Digital Video Interactive technology – licensed from General Electric Co – to users of Micro Channel Architecture PS/2s, and has signed with IBM for permission to develop boards using the Micro Channel interface. Digital Video Interactive offers a means of bringing interactive full-screen, full-motion video and high-quality audio to personal computers, and under the agreement, IBM will work with Intel to help define new digital video interactive technology products, including boards, software and circuits, with first fruits expected in the early 1990s. Intel also agreed with IBM that it will establish a Technology Centre at Intel’s Princeton, New Jersey base to proselitise for the technology, research customer needs, disseminate technology information and support application development; it will open this year, and IBM will also co-operate in the research and development of future video interactive technology, giving Intel technical and professional support.

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