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Embedded Systems December 2000 Vol13_13

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the new intelĀ· scalable performance board design fits multiple processors for multiple purposes. which gives you the key to survival in today's economy: flexibility. tharlks to intel, you can design a single board around the 815, 810 or 440bx chipsets, then plug in different intel pentium III or celeron processors depending on the end use of the board. the result: time and money aren't spent designing a unique board for each processor. and, even better, one universal board can serve a wide range of customers and applied computing applications - ranging from communications infrastructure and appliances to pos terminals to industrial pcs. because in the surge economy, if you're not flexible, you're history. ( download the design guide ~ http://developer.intel.com/designlinfol070.htm )

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