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SiS Embedded Chipsets Launch at CeBit 2007 - PCstats.com SiS Embedded Chipsets Launch at CeBit 2007
Fri, March 16 2007 | 3:28PM | PermaLink Feedback?
SiS today proudly presented its complete embedded solutions at SiS' booth. With all these great embedded products, SiS wants to provide the opportunity for all the visitors to experience the amazing embedded world at CeBIT 2007.

With many years experience, SiS has been working closely with worldwide leading companies, such as Fujitsu Siemens, HP, Lite-On, Motorola, and Samsung, and has been presenting various embedded appliances including IPC, Panel PC, Thin Client, Tablet PC, and Set-Top-Box. At CeBIT 2007, SiS showcases series of embedded products based on SiS761CX, SiS741CX, and SiS661CX chipsets.

In the live demo section, the SI78 server platform, which is equipped with SiS756 and SiS966 chipsets, attracts attention of all the visitors. The significant stability is the most important feature of the SI78 server platform, and it also impressed all the server board/system makers.

In the Static Demo section, different types of embedded appliances demoed at the booth include SiS741CX-based Thin Client PC from HP and Fujitsu Siemens, SiS661CX-based LCD PC from RISE, and SiS661CX-based Panel PC from IEI. These products are the solid proofs of unlimited possibilities of the embedded solutions.

SiS has been working with AMD for developing the Eagle Platform, and has revealed Eagle and Eagle II platform for embedded customers' validation usage. To continue the success of Eagle platform, SiS has developed the new-generation Eagle III validation platform. The Eagle III is based on SiS771 and SiS966 chipsets to support AMD64 embedded processors. With the low power-consumption feature and the outstanding overall performance, the Eagle III platform once again attracts the attention in the embedded system market.

Besides, SiS has a complete product line to support Intel and AMD embedded processors. SiS provides superior flexibility to all the customers when using its embedded chipsets. IEI has adopted SiS661CX, SiS761CX, SiS966, and SiS964 on its embedded boards. All of these boards will be displayed at SiS booth. In addition, the Mini-ITX embedded board/card based on SiS embedded chipsets are also displayed at CeBIT 2007.

The stability and power-consumption are extremely important requirements to the embedded system. With the experience in developing PC chipsets, SiS has successfully developed series of embedded chipsets, and also won customers' appreciation with the remarkable performance and quality of the chipsets. By joining CeBIT 2007, SiS shows its promise to keep developing different embedded solutions to excite the embedded market.

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