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IDT PC clock powers TriGem Computer

Posted: 30 Nov 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:integrated device technology? idt? pc clock? cv110? trigem computer?

Integrated Device Technology Inc. (IDT) announced that its PC clock (CV110) has been selected by TriGem Computer, a South Korean PC maker, to power its latest Kloss PC. The Kloss PC incorporates the Intel 915G/P PCI Express chipsets targeting high-performance PCs for both communications and multimedia applications.

IDT introduced its entry into the PC clock market in September 2003. Since then, the company has evolved its initial PC clock family into a comprehensive portfolio of products serving current-generation desktop, notebook and server platforms. The company's transition into this market can be attributed to its expertise in timing solutions for communications systems, as PC architectures require telecommunications-like clocking technology, including support for high-speed serial I/O.

"The PC industry is a highly competitive business that requires a speedy time to market for every new product," said Hyen-Ki Baek, chief engineer at TriGem. "Among the many PC clock vendors we considered for this project, IDT was the first company to provide chip samples for testing. We were very satisfied with IDT's prompt response to product sample delivery, software and test-result materials, which enabled us to accomplish board design and schedule our product production efficiently to enable a strong competitive advantage," Baek added.

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