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New Modular Computing Core
Date: Wednesday January 14, 2004
Category: Mobile Devices
Manufacturer Link: Antelope
Antelope Technologies is a Colorado corporation that designs, manufactures and markets mobile computing technologies.
 

Antelope Technologies Announces Worldwide Launch at DEMOmobile Conference; New Modular Computing Core -- MCC -- to Ship in 4th Quarter

Antelope Technologies, Inc., a Colorado headquartered company specializing in modular computer technologies, has announced today at DEMOmobile that production has commenced on its Modular Computing Core (MCC) product. The company's initial customer orders are being filled in October and general availability begins November 7, 2003.
"With the modular design of this product we are able to offer a mobile solution like never before," said Kenneth Geyer, co-founder and president of Antelope Technologies, Inc. "Our MCC conforms around the end-user needs to provide a powerful new mobile work environment."

The original modular computing technology that Antelope utilizes was developed by IBM Watson Research Center in New York. Antelope licensed the technology and know-how from IBM to create a unique modular platform. This new platform, known as the MCC, will carry both an Antelope and IBM Modular Architecture logos.

The computer platform of the MCC measures only 3 x 5 x 0.75 inches and weighs approximately 9.1 ounces. This module is a full computer running the complete Microsoft Windows XP Professional operating system. The power supply, display and I/O connectors have been removed -- leaving processor, memory, data and applications. Components removed from the MCC are then arranged into different shells allowing the device to transform into a handheld, then a desktop, and then back to a handheld in just seconds without rebooting or synching.

"The ultra-small form factor of the Antelope MCC perfectly demonstrates the low thermal characteristics of the Transmeta Crusoe processor and what can be accomplished when efficient computing technologies are employed," said Matthew Perry, president and CEO of Transmeta Corporation. "The MCC is the precursor of a new type of computer that successfully combines the power and functionality of a desktop computer with the portability and convenience of a mobile handheld device. Transmeta is proud to partner with Antelope to deliver the World's first ultra-personal computer."

Antelope Modular Computing Core Specifications

Dimensions: 3" x 5" x 0.75"

Weight: approximately 9.1 ounces

Hard drive: 10GB or 15GB

RAM: 256Kb

Processor: 1GiG Hz Transmeta Crusoe 5800

Video Adapter: 8Mb 3D graphics chipset

Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Handheld Display: 6.3 inch, 1024x768, full color touch screen

About Antelope Technologies

Antelope Technologies is a Colorado corporation that designs, manufactures and markets mobile computing technologies. Based in Highlands Ranch, Colo., the company integrates these technologies for military, medical, industrial, security and law enforcement institutions worldwide. Antelope Technologies is the only company licensed to manufacture and market the Mobile Computing Core and recently opened a separate manufacturing facility in Neuchatel, Switzerland under the name Antelope Technologies (Suisse) SA. For more information in the United States contact www.antelopetech.com or 720-344-4313 (U.S.) and Internationally at www.antelopetech.ch or 41 (0) 32-723-0366 (Switzerland).

About Transmeta

Transmeta Corporation (Nasdaq:TMTA) develops and sells software-based microprocessors and develops additional hardware, software and system technologies that enable manufacturers to build highly efficient computing systems characterized by low power consumption, reduced heat dissipation and the high performance required to run standard x86 compatible programs. We originally developed our family of Crusoe microprocessors for lightweight notebook computers and other mobile computing devices, but we have developed and are continuing to develop microprocessors suitable for a variety of existing and emerging end markets in which x86 program compatibility and energy and thermal efficiency are desirable. To learn more about Transmeta, visit www.transmeta.com.

About DEMOmobile

The annual DEMO and DEMOmobile conferences focus on emerging technologies and new products, which are hand-selected by executive producer Chris Shipley from across the spectrum of the personal technology marketplace. Top executives for the leading hardware and software technology companies, venture capitalists, journalists from key industry publications and industry analysts attend the DEMO and DEMOmobile conferences to preview the most promising products and technologies for the coming year. DEMO is held in February each year and features approximately 60 new companies, products and technologies. DEMOmobile is held each fall and features approximately 35 new mobile technologies. For more information, visit www.idgef.com.

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