Synergy offers quad G4 processor board

Engineers at Synergy Microsystems in San Diego are offering their new Motorola MPC7400 G4 PowerPC microprocessor on all of their PowerPC-based VME and CompactPCI single-board computers. These offerings include the Synergy VSS4 quad-CPU board with 400 MHz G4 microprocessor. Synergy designers tuned this board to deliver as much power as 16 billion floating point operations per second to digital signal processors and array processing applications. In addition to strong core processor performance, t

Engineers at Synergy Microsystems in San Diego are offering their new Motorola MPC7400 G4 PowerPC microprocessor on all of their PowerPC-based VME and CompactPCI single-board computers. These offerings include the Synergy VSS4 quad-CPU board with 400 MHz G4 microprocessor. Synergy designers tuned this board to deliver as much power as 16 billion floating point operations per second to digital signal processors and array processing applications. In addition to strong core processor performance, the G4 incorporates a 128-bit vector-processing unit using the Motorola AltiVec processor technology, as well as much as 2 megabytes of fast backside L2 cache memory. For more information contact Synergy`s Ron Marcus by phone at 858-452-0020, ext. 217 by fax at 858-452-0060, by e-mail at ron@synergymicro.com, or on the World Wide Web at http://ww. synergymicro.com/. — J.K.

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