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MEDIA - ATI Technologies - DTV Video Controller Computer Driver Updates



Device types / MEDIA / ATI Technologies / DTV Video Controller


link DTV Video Controller
TwinHan Technology
MEDIA
2.4.1.1
2-26-2004
Windows XP (5.1) 32 bit
Driver Popularity
 
link DVB-TV 878 Digital Tuner Driver
DVB-TV
MEDIA
1.2.3.8
4-3-2006
Windows XP (5.1) 32 bit
Driver Popularity
 
link DTV Video Controller
TwinHan Technology
MEDIA
2.4.1.0
2-26-2004
Windows XP (5.1) 32 bit
Driver Popularity
 
link DTV Video Controller
ATI Technologies
MEDIA
6.13.0.2408
11-5-2002
Windows XP (5.1) 32 bit
Driver Popularity
 
link DTV Video Controller
DTV-DVB Technology
MEDIA
2.4.1.1
12-8-2005
Windows XP (5.1) 32 bit
Driver Popularity
 
link DVB-TV 878 Digital Tuner Driver
DVB-TV
MEDIA
1.2.2.7
9-30-2005
Windows XP (5.1) 32 bit
Driver Popularity
 
link ATI TV Wonder Video Capture
ATI Technologies
MEDIA
6.13.0.2408
11-5-2002
Windows XP (5.1) 32 bit
Driver Popularity
 
link DVB-TV 878 Digital Tuner Driver
ATI Technologies
MEDIA
6.13.0.2408
11-5-2002
Windows XP (5.1) 32 bit
Driver Popularity
 
link DTV Video Controller
DTV
MEDIA
1.9.0.0
6-8-2003
Windows XP (5.1) 32 bit
Driver Popularity
 



Description extracted from Wikipedia:

NameATI Technologies Inc.
Key peopleK.Y. Ho(Founder, Former CEO)Lee Ka Lau(Founder, Former President)Benny Lau(Founder)Francis Lau(Founder)
IndustrySemiconductors
Revenue$2.222 Billion USD (2005)
Foundedas Array Technology Inc.)

ATI Technologies Inc. (commonly called ATI ) was a semiconductor technology corporation based in Markham, Ontario, Canada, that specialized in the development of graphics processing units and chipsets. Founded in 1985 as Array Technology Inc., the company listed publicly in 1993. Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) acquired ATI in 2006. As a major fabrication-less or fabless semiconductor company, ATI conducted research and development in-house and outsourced the manufacturing and assembly of its products. With the decline and eventual bankruptcy of 3dfx in 2000, ATI and its chief rival Nvidia emerged as the two dominant players in the graphics processors industry, eventually forcing other manufacturers into niche roles. The acquisition of ATI in 2006, was important to AMD's strategic development of its Fusion generation of computer processors, which integrated general processing abilities with graphics processing functions within a single chip. Since 2010, AMD's graphics processor products have ceased using the ATI brand name.




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