Computer Business Review
Toshiba Corp is now shipping first samples of its long-awaited R4X00 Tiger Shark chip set which equips R4000, R4400 and R4600 RISC chips with the 80486 bus. Samples are free. Toshiba has previously quoted prices of $65 each in quantities of 1,000-up. Design wins could reportedly start coming forward next month but production isn't likely until the end of the quarter. Toshiba has also started work on a new Peripheral Component Interconnect chip set code-named Maco, and hopes to show it at Comdex/Spring.
CommentsPost a comment
Comments may be moderated for spam, obscenities or defamation.
GET CBR'S DAILY MORNING UPDATE
Unable to register now
Trending on CBR
The Changing Nature of Web Security Threats
This paper considers how Web-based security threats are evolving, within the context of IT trends including mobile, home computing and other forms...
Making Windows 7 Migration Pay Rapid and Real Business Dividends
Discover how visionary business leaders are using Windows 7 migration strategies to build a virtualised desktop architecture that will deliver a...
Tiered Storage Economics: Defining and Calculating the Economic Benefit of Dynamic Tiered Storage Solutions
As IT architects and storage planners continue to look at best practices and technologies to proactively reduce ownership costs, dynamic tiered...
Orchestrate messages, channels and countries. This document is intended for marketing professionals who want to integrate their business processes...
- Sophos overview
Avocent - IT Operations Management Solutions
Avocent is a leading global provider of IT operations management solutions for enterprise data centres, small/medium businesses and branch offices...
VMware - Virtualisation and Cloud Infrastructure
VMware (NYSE: VMW), the global leader in virtualisation and cloud infrastructure, delivers customer-proven solutions that significantly reduce IT...
- AtTask - Project Management Software for the Enterprise