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IOSPIRIT: Christmas promotion with up to 87 % sales discount
The IOSPIRIT-onlineshop celebrates its reopening with massive price reductions of up to 87 % compared to full standard pricing.

Available at heavily reduced prices are fxPAINT, fxSCAN, VHI Studio and the IOSPIRIT Graphics Megabundle (contains the latest full versions of fxPAINT, fxSCAN, VHI Studio).

To allow you to directly start using fxSCAN and VHI Studio, as an extra every IOSPIRIT Graphics Megabundle in 2004 will ship with the driver packages IOUSB Scanner Package, IOUSB DigiCam Package and VHI RS232 Camera Drivers at no extra cost. The first customers placing an order will (as long as our supply lasts) additionally receive the VHI Driver Olympus.vhi. The drivers all come without support and functional guarantee - therefore they come at no extra cost with the package. (snx)

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08.Dec.2004 (website)

Genesi now AMCC partner
Genesi extends their partnerships of IBM and Freescale with the third PowerPC manufacturer, AMCC. Genesi will contribute system design services for production of board solutions as well as embedded software support for PowerPC processors by AMCC.

The aim of Genesi's developments are so called "pervasive" computer solutions. The Applied Micro Circuits Corporation, a supplier of high performance storage solutions, has bought the rights for the PowerPC 400 from IBM in April 2004. (snx) (Translation: ub)

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PPCZone (website)

Linux: Montavista for Pegasos
As PPCZone reports, Genesi and Montavista are partnering now. The embedded systems targeting Montavista Linux will be offered for the Pegasos and the Open Desktop Workstation. (snx) (Translation: ub)

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Matthias Jaap/Mac Life

IBM announces details to Cell-Chip
The new consoles from Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft will be introduced on the E3 in May next year for the first time. But the winner is already clear: IBM. All consoles will have a CPU from IBM which is unique until now.

Such a news is also the Cell-Chip which IBM together with Sony and Toshiba developed. As a first product a workstation will be developed which contains the Cell-Chip and which will become the developing environment for the PlayStation 3. Cell is related with IBMs POWER-Chips and is a Multi-Core-System with 64-Bit. Each of this Cores could have an operating system independent of the others. Unlike the processor of the PlayStation 2 which is the Emotion Engine, Cell is not mainly optimated for consoles but useful for different purposes. (nba) (Translation: dr)

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