Meyer, whose firm recently came out with the most advanced GPUs currently available on the market, said it wasn't necessarily the technology behind the products that really mattered, rather it was the "user experience."
The CEO proudly declared his team had pulled together and was "working as a single company towards the promise of fusion," hitting or exceeding all the targets the firm set for itself along the way. "I feel very good about the execution," he said.
"Increasingly it's the graphics processors and the tight incorporation of the GPU and the CPU that will really make a difference moving forward," Meyer continued, adding that although he felt good progress had been made in 2009, there was still much work to be done in order to produce truly "compelling offerings."
Later, speaking exclusively to HEXUS, Meyer spoke of his excitement for 2010 and 2011, which he agreed was a "magic year" for the firm. "That's where it really all kicks off," he told us, adding "we've got good stuff."http://channel.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=21138