It appears that NEC Electronics is knee deep in the Wii. In March, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata used his Game Developers Conference keynote address to announce that the company's upcoming console would be able to download and play games from the NEC-developed TurboGrafx system of years past.
The company's ties to the Wii run a little deeper, however. During NEC Electronics' annual earnings call last week, the company revealed that it was working with Nintendo to produce large-scale integration chips (LSIs) for the game maker's new console, according to a Reuters report.
During the call, NEC Electronics CEO Toshio Nakashima revealed that the company had received an order for "system LSIs for Nintendo's next-generation game console." To produce the chips, NEC is planning to beef up the production capacity of the 300-millimeter line at its Yamagata factory, with the upgrades to be completed by September.
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