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Roy Taylor sort of abandons 3DSL ship, joins Nvidia

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We heard that Roy Taylor, a staunch supporter of the The Register from day one, was going to join Nvidia. And now we have the confirmation. A letter from John Byrne, joint MD with Roy at 3DSL, to his customers says it all and we can't improve on it, except to say that we wish Roy and of course his old mates all the best, so here it is in its entirety. Ladies, Gentleman Roy Taylor is leaving us for pastures new. He will be joining NVIDIA at the end of February as European Sales Director. He goes with our blessing and we are sad to see him go. Roy and I first teamed up at Blue Micro and we became business partners 4 years ago when Roy joined me at what was then called VCM. Since then we have built up the business and grown the team to 9 people. We have also travelled several grillion miles by plane and car, made many new friends and learnt a great deal about this crazy industry. 3DSL will continue to represent NVIDIA and now has a new extended contract. We will therefore still be in regular contact with the old bugger and no doubt we shall continue to have the same fun whenever possible. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me. Whilst working his notice Roy will be helping to hand over the management of the web page and he will still be here to help any existing customers and suppliers. Lastly Roy will be attending CeBIT with the rest of the team here so please feel free to join us for beers then! Best Regards, John Byrne

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