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Wednesday August 31, 2005

[H]ardNews 1st Edition - Press Releases

Fujitsu Siemens Unveils Dual Core Opteron PC:

AMD today announced that Fujitsu Siemens Computers, a leading European IT provider, is offering a new series of workstations based on the AMD Opteron™ processor. The CELSIUS V830 supports the Dual-Core AMD Opteron processor Models 275, 270 and 265, which offer the best overall performance and performance-per-watt available in the market. This 64-bit workstation is expected to bring leading-edge calculation and graphics performance to users operating in compute-intensive and memory-demanding environments, including engineering, digital content creation, visualization, virtual reality and scientific computing.

VIA Announces 2Q'05 - 1H'05 Results:

VIA Technologies, Inc. today announced financial results for second quarter 2005. Net sales for 2Q'05 were NT$3,659 million. Net loss was NT$536 million; based on weighted average shares outstanding of 1,279.067 million shares, earnings per share were reported as negative NT$0.42. For the first half of the year, net sales totaled NT$7,558 million. Net loss was NT$473 million; based on weighted average shares outstanding of 1,279.067 million shares, earnings per share for the first half of the year were reported at negative NT$0.37.

Valve Prefers Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition:

Today at Microsoft® Tech•Ed Australia, Microsoft Corp. announced that Valve Corp.®, creator of award-winning game franchises “Half-Life®” and “Counter-StrikeTM,” has named the upcoming Microsoft Visual C++® 2005 Express Edition as the preferred development environment for hobbyist Windows® developers creating modifications for SourceTM, the engine on which “Half-Life 2” is built. In addition, during Tech•Ed Australia, attendees will get to hear how Team Dystopia created its modification for “Half-Life 2” with Visual C++.