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Amtex introduces new CPU modules

  • 08 March, 2004 15:32

<p>ESM-2645 brings Transmeta’s power-saving technology to more applications
making a carrier board and no need to redesign it but can have different CPUs</p>
<p>SYDNEY, 8th March 2004: Amtex Electronics today announced the availability of the ESM-2645, a new ETX CPU module offering customers even greater flexibility in their choice of processor for a range of industrial applications.
SOM-ETX CPU modules connect to application-specific carrier boards and, by offering different processors, allow a single carrier board design to be used in different environments with the CPU most appropriate for the job.</p>
<p>The ESM-2645, for example, makes it possible to take advantage of the Transmeta Crusoe’s low power consumption requirements. Amtex also offers other modules supporting Intel Pentium III, Inel Celeron, Via Eden and AMD’s Geode CPUs.</p>
<p>“The Transmeta Crusoe has the potential to take applications into many new environments,” said Amtex’s Sales and Marketing Manager Director Peter McBride. “Its addition to our range means that whatever your needs, Amtex now has a CPU module that can help.”</p>
<p>ENDS.
For more information:</p>
<p>Sheridan Hatcher
Word Force
Tel: (02) 9460-7800
Email: sheridan@wordforce.com.au Peter McBride
Sales &amp; Marketing Manager
Displays &amp; Systems Division
Amtex Electronics Pty Ltd
Tel: 61 2 9809 5022
Fax: 61 2 9809 5077
Email: pmcbride@amtex.com.au</p>

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