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ATI Technologies today announced it has acquired certain assets of AMI Technologies Corporation, ATI’s exclusive sales organization for Taiwan and China since 1992. The acquisition strengthens ATI’s direct presence in these critical and rapidly growing markets.

ATI claims that its customers will benefit from better service through increased investment in application and engineering support. The arrangement is expected to reduce ATI’s operating expenses, but to increase ATI’s stock of graphics processors.

ATI will assume the leases of AMI’s offices in Taipei and Beijing. The Shanghai office will be moved to a new site within the city. The majority of AMI’s sales, marketing, and field applications personnel will join ATI and the rest will stay employed by AMI as it continues to act as an ATI sales agent.

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