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Internet News   Internet News : See Alan's sheets from 1st presentation in China
   posted by Eric_S on 3-Nov-2003 3:42:46 (7215 reads)
As many of you might know Alan Redhouse went over to China (Feb 2003) a while back to hold a presentation for some official representatives there. AmigaWorld member Eric_Z found Alan's presentation sheets at a Chinese website!

Now while searching the web looking for some information on the Articia Pi and Articia Pe,
that I found mentioned when googling for information on who else then Eyetech used the ArticiaS chipset, I allso stumbeled across this. Which is a summary page for the IBM, MAI Logic, Atumtech and Eyetech (phew that was long) meeting in China and more importantly a page that has got all of the presentations from that forum ready for download.

Download Alan's presentation (PowerPoint).

On a sidenote I found two companies who currently are using the ArticiaS in there products( Besides Topshine and Eyetech).

http://www.inguard.com/
http://www.atumtech.com
    

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MikeB 
Re: See Alan's sheets from 1st presentation in China
Posted on 3-Nov-2003 11:42:17
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@ Eric_Z

Well spotted!

A clear professional presentation. Well done Alan!

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Here are some pictures from the event and here are some Chinese newspaper articles of the event.
Click on the links on thte right and you'll see that Eyetech gets a fair number of mentions.

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Re: See Alan's sheets from 1st presentation in China
Posted on 3-Nov-2003 12:05:35
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I guess someone has to do this one so this time it's me ;) :

OS4 - "Available April 2003"

Hmm ;)

/Björn

 
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Re: See Alan's sheets from 1st presentation in China
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lol, very well spotted eric . You can't hide anything from the amiga community!

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Nice job Eric


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Hmmm....


Didnt RedMellons post about China dropping windows....

I can only speculate and hope as to which OS they may use instead...

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@Ikir, MikeB and Spam King

Heh ... thanks

And as a sidenote, if you look at the pdf from the IBM representative, you'll see that the current IBM PPC 970 clocks up to 2.5Ghz.

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@Bobsonsirjonny

Actually it was a collection of several asian countries who wants to rival Microsoft/Windows.

However, their OS of choice will most likely be something they have 100% control over.

/Björn

 
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Re: See Alan's sheets from 1st presentation in China
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@Eric_Z

>IBM PPC 970 clocks up to 2.5Ghz.

Bit interesting compared to what AMD has to offer at the moment.

AMD Barton core (3200+), 2200Mhz
AMB Athlon64 (3200+), 2000Mhz
AMD Athlon64 FX-51, 2200Mhz
AMD Opteron 244, 1800Mhz

The intel P4 is the best performance per cycle waster as of yet though ;)

/Björn

 
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Teron Mini
http://www.inguard.com/release/HYT-016-D.htm


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Quote:
OS4 - "Available April 2003"


Ah, well, it's like, ah, like, we're working on it, and, ah,


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@Orgin

Well then there's allways the 970+ (90nm process) that's rumored to clock up to 2.8 -3.2 Ghz

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Nice presentation. I found the comparison between the A1200/CD32 and Teron PX amazing - just shows how far the Amiga has suddenly come on

However, I wasn't so happy about the market prospects identified:

Media Applications - not a suitable market!
Home Applications - not a suitable market!
Home Gaming - not a suitable market!

This leaves:

Leisure Computing (for the individual who likes to 'tinker under hood')
and
Embedded Systems.

I hope the Amiga can become successful enough to break out of these markets or we will never see high-end software being written for a tiny 'geek' market.

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@Eric_Z

I meant to say that AMD clocks lower today, nothing more.

/Björn

 
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@ RedMelons

Please note that the presentation talks specificly about "Market Segments in 2003".

Realisticly the AmigaOne with Linux and AmigaOS4 will not be competitive in those market segments in 2003 (and IMO early 2004). However we never know what is in store for us for (late) 2004 and beyond. We will need to see how the AmigaOne market develops.

First a good (native) software base will be needed before these Amiga solutions become competitive within these other markets.

Also note that "Leisure Computing" includes the same market segments as formerly targeted by homecomputers like the Amiga, c64, Atari, etc and not only geeks.

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The slideshow was quite nice. The only thing I did notice was on the OS4 slide saying it was available in April 2003 (is there something we ought to know about maybe? )


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Well, let's hope "April 2003" is a safe bet

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.Quote:
Ah, well, it's like, ah, like, we're working on it, and, ah,




Cool. At least you're still with us.


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Great, thanks a lot, Eric!

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MEGA LOL


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