DigiTimes is reporting that ATI's newly-proposed exit from the Intel chipset business -- now that the company is being bought by AMD -- is going to pave the way for VIA and SiS to capitalize on opportunities in the entry-level Intel space. This makes perfect sense, as ATI benefited greatly from their relation ship Intel and their departure leaves a gaping hole in the market.
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