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Wednesday, April 07, 2010
ASUS to Deliver New IEEE Standard on Motherboards


ASUS today became the first motherboard maker to announce the introduction of the IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) standard on a number of new motherboards.

The new IEEE 802.3az EEE standard is regulated by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), one of the leading standard-issuing organizations in the industry. The EEE standard was developed for enhanced efficiency, reducing the power that drives data throughput during periods of low Internet usage or minimal Ethernet activity on both sides of a link. This helps lower total system energy consumption. Even though the Internet is utterly vital for communications, activity related to its usage usually reverts to a lowered state after data finishes downloading. Responding to dynamic Internet usage, the new standard detects activity levels and lowers power consumption in idle phases, increasing supply during periods of normal transmission?thus optimizing efficiency while saving power.

By incorporating the IEEE 802.3az EEE standard, ASUS motherboards consume up to 81.3% less energy. Operating a Gigabit Ethernet LAN now requires only 89.1mW of power instead of 476.8mW during periods of lower Ethernet utilization. With increasing emphasis by governments on energy efficiency, the new standard helps companies and users align with new regulations while consuming energy more responsibly for the good of all.

ASUS has recently incorporated IEEE 802.3az EEE into the new ASUS M4A89 Series motherboards.



New AMD G34 Socket-based Serverboards

Staying with Asus, the company announced the launch of the new ASUS KGPE-D16 serverboard featuring the AMD G34 socket for 8- and 12-Core AMD Opteron 6100 Series processors. The motherboard is equipped with an AMD SR5690/SP5100 chipset and supports 4-channels of DDR3 memory per processor, ASUS' unique PIKE upgrade kit, and ASUS ASMB4-iKVM module for remote management.



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