CNET News.com: Linux server maker [Rebel.com] to use Transmeta chips
Jun 27, 2000, 19:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Rebel.com, based in Ottawa and formerly known as Hardware
Computing Canada, sells a line of Linux servers that are based on
Intel's StrongArm chip. Rebel.com will add Transmeta's designs to
that NetWinder line, the company said at the PC Expo trade show
"The Crusoe chip will be used in a future line of "gateway"
computers that will connect networks of computers in homes or
businesses to the Internet. With the arrival of comparatively fast
but inexpensive DSL (digital subscriber line) and cable connections
to the Internet, combined with an ever-expanding number of Net
gadgets, gateway servers are a hot area."
"Though AMD and Intel have unveiled power-saving techniques
of their own, Transmeta's methods have won praise from
technologists, and major computer manufacturers are expected to
incorporate Transmeta chips into their product lines. Rebel.com
chose Crusoe because it's compatible with Intel chips and because
its low power means it can work in a small box that doesn't require
a fan for cooling. "These are very important strengths...which
differentiated it from other processor architectures we evaluated,"
Rebel.com president Michal Mansfield said in a statement."
- VNU Net: PC giants unveil Transmeta-based notebooks(Jun 27, 2000)
- LinuxPR: Rebel.com to Adopt Transmeta's Crusoe Processor In Future NetWinder Products(Jun 27, 2000)
- eWeek: Crusoe ready to sail - Notebook debut of Transmeta's new mobile chip raises hopes, questions(Jun 26, 2000)
- TechWeb: IBM Plans ThinkPad Based On Transmeta Chip(Jun 23, 2000)
- PC World: IBM Tests Crusoe in ThinkPad(Jun 22, 2000)
- ZDNet UK: Transmeta to unveil chip customers(Jun 21, 2000)
- VNU Net: Transmeta slams latest Intel chips(Jun 21, 2000)
- The Register: Intel notebook demos now '100% Transmeta compatible'(Jun 20, 2000)
- TechWeb: Intel To Take Aim At Transmeta's Crusoe(Jun 16, 2000)
- CNET News.com: Intel aims at Transmeta with new notebook chips(Jun 16, 2000)