Tretton: “PS3 drove the Blu-ray format to victory and now the Blu-ray format is poised to return the favour”

By Mike, Tuesday, 15 July 2008 19:45 GMT

Speaking at the ongoing Sony E3 conference at the Shrine Auditorium in LA, SCEA CEO Jack Tretton just said that, “PS3 drove the Blu-ray format to victory and now the Blu-ray format is poised to return the favour.”

“The PS3 is the most complete Blu-ray player on the market,” he added.

“We created a processor so power that IBM is using it to power their their new super-computer.”

He then went on to speak about the values and virtues of Folding at Home.

More soon.

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