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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 (7267 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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The_Editor 
Re: See Alan's sheets from 1st presentation in China
Posted on 3-Nov-2003 20:36:17
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Working on it...

But is it...

NEARLY DONE ??

Thanks for link Eric_Z


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Re: See Alan's sheets from 1st presentation in China
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Okay presentation but I find it to be a bit of wishfull thinking to seperate Leisure computing from ordinary PC/win systems. Haven't they covered most of that market segment aswell ?

Interesting to see what the future brings..

Hopefully Alan have got some contracts that will ensure a bigger production run in the future, lowering the price for us :)


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I don't really believe the date means that much. I just think Eyetech needed a date to present to "the business people" (they would not have been very satisfied with the ).

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Poster: JonasH Date: 3-Nov-2003 20:18:34

I don't really believe the date means that much. I just think Eyetech needed a date to present to "the business people" (they would not have been very satisfied with the ).


I think you are correct about the date. Business folk always seem to understand pushed release dates, especially if explained that the delay resulted in additional features that will make the product more robust. Of course, if they are on a crunched timeline (got to meet budget deadlines) then they will not understand as much... But when just looking at future technology, as a rule it is okay... I mean, look at MS Longhorn.

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Lol . Good Reply!!

 
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Hehe, that picture of the Linux Desktop with MacOnLinux and the Amiga Web Site is my desktop (taken from amigaone-linux.sf.net)

Regards,

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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


Since they are all owned by the same group as MAI, (and in fact mention using Teron boards (ie AmigaOne)) I'm not sure I would be listing them as other companies using the ArticiaS products.
-Tig


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@ Bjorn and others

The picture here is of me in Beijing in Sept 03, but the presentation is one I did in early February this year at the first PPC Forum in Taipei. At that point April seemed significantly far off ...

The presentation I gave in Beijing in September did have some similarities but the demonstration etc was in the foyer/exhibition area and was of OS4 running on an AmigaOne.

Alan

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But is it...

NEARLY DONE ??
I think we need a new smiley like the following one:



Thanks for the info, Alan

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The picture here is of me in Beijing in Sept 03, but the presentation is one I did in early February this year at the first PPC Forum in Taipei. At that point April seemed significantly far off ...


This is a huge market opportunity. Particularly when in the company of IBM, etc.

Very impressive.


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