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18.Jun.2010 (Forum)

A-EON Technology: Hardware-Partner ist Varisys
Wie A-EON Technology auf seiner Webseite bekanntgibt, wurde mit der Entwicklung des AmigaOne X1000 Anfang 2009 durch das britische Unternehmen Varisys begonnen.

Auf der morgigen VCF-Veranstaltung in Bletchley Park werden am gemeinsamen Stand von Hyperion Entertainment und A-EON Technology auch Vertreter von Varisys teilnehmen. Nachfolgend lesen Sie die vollständige Pressemitteilung:

A-EON and Varisys announce partnership

London, 17th June 2010 - A-EON Technology CVBA and Varisys Ltd., are pleased to announce their partnership in the development of the AmigaOne X1000 hardware platform for AmigaOS.

Varisys Ltd. were identified as the ideal hardware partner for the ambitious project to create a new, genuinely modern computer system to run AmigaOS 4.x in late 2008, even before the formal creation of A-EON Technology. In early 2009, Varisys Ltd. began work on developing a new PowerPC based motherboard, codenamed Nemo, which would form the heart of the new AmigaOne X1000 computer.

After months of design and testing, Varisys delivered the first Nemo prototypes in late 2009 and have now completed a Revision 2 design, which will be supplied to beta testers under the recently announced Extended Beta Test Program.

A-EON Technology director Trevor Dickinson said: "We are very pleased to reveal Varisys as our AmigaOne X1000 hardware partner. They have a proven track record for delivering high quality products on time and to budget. Their extensive experience with PowerPC and parallel processing solutions makes them our ideal technical partners, and with their help we can revitalise the AmigaOne platform".

Varisys Managing Director Paul Gentle said: "We are equally pleased to be working with A-EON Technology and we believe our previous background and experience will prove vital in helping to make the AmigaOne X1000 a success." Adam Barnes, Varisys co-founder, added: "The Nemo motherboard design introduced some new and interesting technical challenges but we are extremely pleased with the results. Revision 2 of the Nemo board has recently been completed and will form a solid foundation for the A1-X1000 and beyond."

Visitors to the VCF Exhibition at Bletchley Park on Saturday, June the 19th, will be able to meet some of the Varisys team on the joint A-EON Technology / Hyperion Entertainment stand.

About Varisys Ltd.
Varisys is a producer of Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) products and provider of bespoke hardware design and manufacturing services for industrial and embedded computing applications. The High Wycombe, UK, based company was founded in 2000 by Paul Gentle and Adam Barnes, and since then has earned a reputation for delivering high-quality products with a specialisation in PowerPC and FPGA hardware. Varisys have customers in a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, military applications and telecommunications, and are perhaps best known for their development of the PowerPC G4 motherboard used in the immensely popular WholeHog III lighting control console. For more information, see the Varisys website.

About A-EON Technology CVBA
A-EON Technology is a technology start-up based in Belgium. Founded in 2009 by Trevor Dickinson, Anthony Moorley and Ben Hermans, A-EON works in very close cooperation with Hyperion Entertainment CVBA, the developers of the AmigaOS Operating System, to produce modern computer systems for AmigaOS.

About the AmigaOne X1000
The AmigaOne X1000 is a new high-end AmigaOS hardware platform scheduled for release during the summer of 2010. By providing the AmigaOS platform with a high power dual-processor CPU, modern interface standards, high-end graphics and Xcore technology, the X1000 will launch a new era of modern Amiga computing. For further information, email (snx)

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