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Re: MAP == A-Eon.com?
Posted on 3-Jan-2010 12:37:38
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I'm curious how you solved the Forbid problem?


Alien technology?

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Re: MAP == A-Eon.com?
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@Radov

That's been the former owner of the domain a-eon.com (last entry 2007).

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Re: MAP == A-Eon.com?
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This is fantastic news.....can't understand how Hyperion dared to go down this route, while the lawsuit was above their heads. I also can't understand how they managed to get all of these things done, after all it's quite many things as it seems right now.

wasn't olegil working on a new mobo? and btw ... the Xorro inlined with the PCI, smells like Elbox involved as well .... or even not!

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Re: MAP == A-Eon.com?
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Collection of what is known so far.

New BIG motherboard for the high end.
PowerPC CPU
8 cores (it could be homogenous like Power or heterogenous like Cell) less than 20W when idle, more than 20w when loaded (or dualcore just loeaded to 100% to get the max watts)
dedicated audio/video Xena chip.

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Re: MAP == A-Eon.com?
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@Radov

I can with a high confidence say that Xena ain't AJA Xena. That would make no sense what so ever. I'm currently working as a CTO in a post production company and it would make no sense what so ever to aim a new not widely adopted system to professional editors.

I mean... where would a system like that fit our pipeline? It means that they need something that can compete with Avid, FCP or Premiere (premiere isn't really PRO and I'm biting my tongue when I call FCP pro but guess I have to...).

A system like that has to be able to connect to >2TB DAS fibre storage, SAN or NAS. A system like that is dependent on 3rd party developers like Genarts, The Foundry, Red Giant etc for plugins to even have a chance out there. Not to mention that QuickTime support, unfortunately, is a must for a system like that.

And if it was aimed as just a ingest/transcode station for generation of like DPX or EXR the AJA card isn't what's needed. We're talking about hardware like what DVS provide: http://www.dvs.de/products/video-boards/archive.html We're talking realtime operations if people even would think about it. ANd it's not an easy fiel to compete in.

And if that's what they're aiming at the competition is DVS owns Clipster and then we're playing in a different league and a totally different price (100k+ EUR)...

So based on the argument that it wouldn't make any sense what so ever and that it would be suicide to make a video editing system I say that we can cross that one of the list. =)

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Re: MAP == A-Eon.com?
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Maybe the Natami 060 card will fit in Xorro?

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Re: MAP == A-Eon.com?
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@KimmoK

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dedicated audio/video Xena chip.


Would be cool - but let's wait and see.

I do hope that Hyperion A-Eon are ready to handle the pre-orders for this thing. I also hope that it is well tested too.

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Re: MAP == A-Eon.com?
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Taking a wild stab in the dark (with only the timing of its initial sampling back in October plus will be available Q1 2010 and that it is a dual core as clues) I think the Applied Micro/AMCC APM 83290 could be a contender.

The Xilinx FPGA up near the PCI ports is interesting, PQFP packages aren't really useful for high speed stuff so maybe it is being used to interface with 5V PCI cards or even legacy 5V stuff in the Xorro port?

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@Einar

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Been updated:

http://a-eon.com/4.html


Click on the text boxes for even more intrigue.

This is brilliant, I am realy enjoying the intrigue.

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try to writte Cell and IBM in ;)

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Re: MAP == A-Eon.com?
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It looks like the PPC460GTx dual core chip from Applied Micro (formerly AMCC)
Note the X!!!!
X=PPC460GTx
Do I win a prize?


It even looks like the corner of the chip on the board if you zoom in.
Same colour and rounded edges.

Specs are:
With speeds of up to 1.4 GHz, the PowerPC 460GTx embedded processor offers a powerful mix of high bandwidth, design flexibility, and robust features. With two Gen 2 PCI Express interfaces, an on-chip DDR2 SDRAM controller, network encryption engine, and a rich peripheral mix, the PowerPC 460GTx embedded processor is ideally suited for network and wireless infrastructure, and general purpose control plane applications.


Rogue said:
It's two PCIe x16, three PCIe x1, two legagacy PCI 33 Mhz, and Xorro.

It could even be the PPC460SX
PPC460SX specs

With speeds of up to 1.4 GHz, the PowerPC 460SX embedded processor offers a powerful mix of high bandwidth, design flexibility, and robust features. With three Gen 2 PCI Express interfaces, an on-chip DDR2 SDRAM controller, I2O messaging unit, RAID 5 and RAID 6 acceleration hardware, storage and network encryption engines, and a rich peripheral mix, the PowerPC 460SX embedded processor is ideally suited for RAID controllers, Storage Area Networking (SAN) equipment, iSCSI, NAS, and other embedded storage and networking applications.

Isn't NAS what A-cube is trying to get into? Linked somehow?


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@Rogue

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Ooh, nosey, eh? But you didn't find... er... uh... nevermind.


Argh! What? What didn't we find?!

New custom case, new custom chip - clearly going to run 4.1. Someone is finally, FINALLY doing a new Amiga properly.

Is it really possible that the Amiga is back?

We even going ot have an 'A' name?

A1000?

Crikey - we'll be getting proper ring-bound manuals in the box next. Oooh Hyperion - you do spoil us.

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@BigBentheAussie

Status = Development/Marketing Announcement.... Hmmmmm

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Re: MAP == A-Eon.com?
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@KimmoK
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dedicated audio/video Xena chip


It could be a supporting chip (e.g. to speed up or convert) but not full audio/video chip because there's no video port on the board.

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Re: MAP == A-Eon.com?
Posted on 3-Jan-2010 12:55:12
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@zerohero

But I think it was only in some ACK design???

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Re: MAP == A-Eon.com?
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@BigBentheAussie

Quote:

BigBentheAussie wrote:
It looks like the PPC460GTx dual core chip from Applied Micro (formerly AMCC)
Note the X!!!!
X=PPC460GTx
Do I win a prize?


It even looks like the corner of the chip on the board if you zoom in.
Same colour and rounded edges.

Specs are:
With speeds of up to 1.4 GHz, the PowerPC 460GTx embedded processor offers a powerful mix of high bandwidth, design flexibility, and robust features. With two Gen 2 PCI Express interfaces, an on-chip DDR2 SDRAM controller, network encryption engine, and a rich peripheral mix, the PowerPC 460GTx embedded processor is ideally suited for network and wireless infrastructure, and general purpose control plane applications.





But the X on PPC460GTx is lower case and the cpu is not multicore

I think that the yellow and black colors of the X are relevant.What Company or CPU logo are black and yellow?

PD: Anyway i think that the X is binding to XENA and not to the CPU

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Posted on 3-Jan-2010 12:56:53
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@CodeSmith

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think we may just be getting hardware chipset emulation after all...


Which would be fantastic allowing us the advantage of software updates.

Just trying to clear up this Xorro/Zorro thing though what is a Xorro slot? I know what a Zorro slot is.

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@BigBentheAussie

I doubt it. The cpu you are suggesting is single core while, on the other hand, we have some evidence that we are going dual core!!

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@KimmoK

Yes, I know, but the specs look quite similar to the high-end board.

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@Fransexy
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think that the yellow and black colors of the X are relevant.What Company or CPU logo are black and yellow?

Freescale (Yellow & Red dots and black font)

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