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AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal


Mai Logic's Articia system controllers and IBM PowerPC 750 family solutions

Date 30-Jun-2003 22:58:25
Topic: Hardware News


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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