Adobe and NVIDIA Deliver Rich Web on Netbooks and Mobiles

Posted: Oct 5 2009, 1:00pm CDT | by , in News | Notebooks and PCs
Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:39pm CDT


Adobe and NVIDIA Deliver Rich Web on Netbooks and Mobiles
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NVIDIA and Adobe have announced that they are bringing rich web experiences to netbooks and mobile devices built using NVIDIA GPUs. Both of the companies have been working with the Open Screen Project to optimize and improve the new Flash Player 10.1 software to use GPU and graphics acceleration on a range of mobile internet devices.

NVIDIA customers like HP, Lenovo, Samsung, Acer, and more will be able to use Adobe 10.1 player on their machines. Adobe says that the use of a NVIDIA GPU and its 10.1 software will let users enjoy rich web applications and interactive content like HD video.

NVIDIA GeForce, Ion, and Tegra GPUs will be able to get much smoother viewing experiences when accessing rich content built with the flash platform including SD and HD video from Hulu or YouTube. “Consumers want the best Internet experience – whether it’s a mobile device in their pocket or a netbook at the coffee shop,” said Dan Vivoli, senior vice president of NVIDIA. “Our engineers have worked closely with Adobe to make this a reality.”

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