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Pegasos: Freescale delivers 175 Open Desktop Workstations to developers
According to Genesi Freescale Semiconductor Inc. makes available 175 Open Desktop Workstations based on Pegasos II to several developers and pilot projects for free.

According to Raquel Velasco and Bill Buck a list with the names of the first 40 developers has been sent to Freescale yesterday who will get an ODW will take part on the Smart Networks Developers Forum in Frankfurt on 30th of September.

Next week a list with the other 60 developers will follow who will also get an ODW-system. Members of AmigaZeux as well as of some Demo scene-members belong to them, too.

Another 75 Open Desktop Workstations Freescale makes available for the support of PegasosPPC-pilot projects. (snx) (Translation: dr)

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Martin Wolf (ANF)

ToT: first WIP screenshots of the new 3D GUI
Under the following URL you can find early WIP screenshots of the 3D GUI of Tales of Tamar incl. explanation of how it works.

All users are asked for feedback. The GUI itself will of course still be further improved. (ps) (Translation: wk)

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Genesi: High Technology Task Force visits ODW assembly
Press Release, 25th August 2004 - Jesse Wadhams, Technology Policy Counsel to the Chairman, High Tech Task Force (HTTF), United States Senate and Judy Flynn, Regional Aide to United States Senator John Ensign visited the assembly production of the Open Desktop Workstation (ODW) on Tuesday, 24 August at the Easter Seals Southern Nevada (ESSN) Job Training and Employment Facility. Also, present during the site visit were Joe Lombardo, Director, National Supercomputer Center for Energy and the Environment (NSCEE), University of Nevada Las Vegas, Brian Patchett, CEO/President, ESSN and Tina Jeeves, Chief Operating Officer, ESSN.

Genesi provided an overview of the Corporation and the assembly for which it has retained the services of ESSN. The Avalanche Desktop Reference Management Platform (DRMP) Project, in which NSCEE will participate was also discussed. NSCEE also seeks to develop the PegasosPPC for cluster computing at the NSCEE. Following the visit, Genesi agreed to also support the HTTF in the Avalanche DRMP Project. A number of Technology Summits are being planned by the HTTF in Nevada and both Genesi and the NSCEE agreed to participate in a future event.

A selection of photos of the visit are available in the Genesi Gallery.

The mission of the HTTF is to act as the Republican Leadership’s outreach effort to the technology community and to advise the Republican Caucus on technology issues during the 108th Congress.

The National Supercomputing Center for Energy and the Environment (NSCEE) is a full-service supercomputing facility with on-site and off-site user training, national network accessibility and a mission for excellence in education and research in supercomputing and its applications.

Genesi and Avalanche DRMP Project is featured in the August issue of IBM Power Architecture Newsletter and will presented in detail at the Freescale Smart Networks Developer Forum 2004 Europe in Frankfurt, Germany. The PegasosPPC mainboard and CPU card is manufactured by Genesi in Germany and shipped to the ESSN facility for assembly to US customers. All other components required to assemble the ODW are supplied by Genesi Business Partner, Directron. (snx)

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