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Hardware News   Hardware News : Mai Logic's Articia system controllers and IBM PowerPC 750 family solutions
   posted by Alkemyst on 30-Jun-2003 22:55:36 (1454 reads)
Mai Logic's "Ready for IBM Technology"-certified Articia family system controllers and Teron series evaluation systems are developed to propel the IBM 750CXe, 750FX, and 750GX PowerPC microprocessor family into the broader global marketplace for embedded industrial controls, military, multimedia, consumer electronic appliances, blade servers, thin client systems, storage, networking, and communication applications. With leading-edge CPU bus speed capabilities and enhanced AGP, PCI-X, SDRAM and DDR support, the combination of the Articia chipset and IBM PowerPC 750 series processors offers a most desirable solution to the performance-intensive applications marketplace.

http://www-3.ibm.com/chips/products/powerpc/newsletter/jun2003/ppc_process_at_work.html
    

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Gopal 
Re: Mai Logic's Articia system controllers accelerate a
Posted on 30-Jun-2003 23:30:39
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"Availability now at $3,900 for the first board, $2,340 for each additional board thereafter"

...lol

Im glad Its not the AmigaOne (or is it? What currecy is that then ;)

Gopal


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Re: Mai Logic's Articia system controllers accelerate a
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Im glad Its not the AmigaOne (or is it? What currecy is that then ;)


Basically, yes. But AmigaOne has some added Rom stuff for OS4. That is the cost to buy one evaluation board. Obviously, the cost goes down when making alot of boards in a run.

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Bodie 
Re: Mai Logic's Articia system controllers and IBM Powe
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AmigaOne MkII?? I would like to see MAI and Eyetech leap frog a generation and offer AGP 8x etc...

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herewegoagain 
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AmigaOne MkII?? I would like to see MAI and Eyetech leap frog a generation and offer AGP 8x etc...



Me too. But I've not heard anything to indicate that they will.

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