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Friday, March 17, 2006
CeBIT 2006

29. SiS

This year's SiS booth was divided into 7 areas including desktop PCs, notebook PCs, partners’ motherboards, embedded systems platforms, WLAN products, as well as an Xbox 360 gaming zone and DRAM module displays.

So, a wide variety of products were showcased at the SIS booth, including the embedded system chipset and powerful multimedia chipset for Microsoft’s game console, the Xbox 360, which held a special place in the booth, under a magnifying lens for the visitors to take a closer view.

Of course, since we're known for our investigative nature, we couldn't resist the urge to pick it up and take a closer look for ourselves. So here it is, the XBOX 360 chipset...

Among others, SIS showcased some of their latest chipsets including the SiS656, SiS649, SiS649DX, SiS649FX, SiS661FX, SiS661GX, SiS756, and SiS761GX, which fully support Dual-Core processing.

As mentioned, notebooks had their separate place in the SIS booth. In the picture above, we can see several notebooks that include the SIS manufactured chipsets. Among these are notebook PC makers using the AMD Turion™ 64 platform and embedded with the SiS756 (Twinhead), the SiSM760 (Fujitsu Siemens), the SiSM760GX (Acer, Asus, NEC, Averatec). Lastly, Clevo adopted the Mobile Intel® Pentium® 4 platform which is embedded with the SiS656.

Both Intel and AMD based motherboards were showcased...

And of course the embedded systems platform solutions as well as WLAN devices...

Note that this year, SIS released a wide variety of memory modules, providing support for different requirements of speed, size, and memory capacity for desktop and notebook PCs with DDR2-800, DDR2-667, DDR2-533, DDR-400, and DDR-333.

 

 

 

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