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HILLSBORO, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE) -- RadiSys Corp. (Nasdaq:RSYS), a leading global supplier of embedded computing solutions for telecommunications and other applications, is launching its Intel(R)-based embedded processor designed specifically to shorten OEMs' time to market in the gaming industry.
The new platform being introduced during the World Gaming Congress, Sept. 14-16, Las Vegas, is called the Gaming Accelerator Platform, and will allow OEMs quicker development of next generation products. In the gaming industry, OEMs are constantly faced with the challenge of spending a large amount of their development resources on the hardware and spending relatively little time on the actual game development. RadiSys' Gaming Accelerator Platform combines a controller board, a backplane and an enclosure, all in one complete system. Therefore, OEMs can concentrate on developing the software and the actual games instead of developing the hardware.
"This new product keeps in tradition with RadiSys' philosophy of modular design and product structuring to support lower development costs and shorter time-to-market for the embedded OEM market," says Ron Dilbeck, vice president and general manager, automation equipment division, RadiSys.
The Gaming Accelerator Platform can either be customized by the OEM for product differentiation -- audio, video and reel control circuitry -- or is available in an off-the-shelf configuration. "Both options will allow the gaming OEM to add their specific application and bring it to market sooner," adds Dilbeck.
The Gaming Accelerator Platform is based on the standard PC-compatible architecture supporting 166MHz and 266 Intel(R) Tillamook processors and includes graphics and audio; two IDE channels; a floppy interface; a real-time clock; a keyboard port; and two USB ports. In addition to the standard PC features, it also includes the necessary features for approval as a gaming device -- battery-backed SRAM, battery-backed logic security monitoring and write protecting of the IDE channels.
Additionally, the Gaming Accelerator Platform is available with an optional built-in hard disk drive, CD-ROM and EPROM for program storage media.
RadiSys (Nasdaq:RSYS) designs and manufactures embedded subsystems that are used in a wide variety of electronics systems, from telecommunications equipment to medical devices to robotics applications. Its subsystems include Intel(R)-based embedded computers, signal processors, communications interfaces, and certain types of embedded software. RadiSys' highly differentiated position in the market is a result of its intense focus on Intel-based technology, having the broadest array of building blocks, and having a "perfect fit" product development strategy of using its intellectual property to design high-volume customer- and application-specific subsystems.
RadiSys is a registered trademark of RadiSys Corporation. All other products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Except for the historical statements and information contained herein, the matters discussed in this news release, including the expectations of future orders, revenues, and business levels, are forward looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. The following are among the factors that could cause actual results to differ materially: business conditions and growth in the telecommunications and electronics industry and general economy, both domestic and international, including conditions precipitated by the Asian economies; lower than expected customer of orders or variations in customer order patterns due to changes in demand for customers' products and customer and channel inventory levels; competitive factors, including pricing pressures, technological developments and products offered by competitors; availability of components and qualified personnel; technological difficulties and resource constraints encountered in developing new products; the timely flow of competitive new products and market acceptance of those products and risks in the integration of information technology systems and manufacturing. These forward looking statements should be considered in light of these factors and other factors discussed in the Company's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ending Dec. 31, 1998 filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
For more information, contact RadiSys at firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.radisys.com or call 800/950-0044 or 503/615-1100. For press information only: Eric Stebel, Public Relations Manager, RadiSys Corp. 713/541-8200.
<<Business Wire, 09-07-99, 08:52 Eastern>>
CONTACT: RadiSys Corporation | Eric Stebel, 713/541-8200 Ext. 156 | email@example.com
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