6/9/2003 - Itox, Inc. has added the G4V620-B and G4V620-N ATX motherboards to its revision controlled motherboard line. The new G4V620-B and G4V620-N motherboards offer industrial users the high processing power of Intelís Pentium 4 processor, plus on-board audio, and a LAN controller. The onboard audio subsystem and LAN controller eliminate the need to add bulky expansion cards for these functions.
The G4V620 features Intelís 845GV chipset with a 533MHz system data bus, which provides over three times the bandwidth over Pentium III platforms for seamless user interaction. This motherboard provides three PCI slots, one shared PCI/ISA and two ISA slots.
ITOX Inc.ís revision controlled products offer a long and stable product life cycle (years vs. months). The revision-controlled G4V620 is ideal for computer telephony, network, medical imaging, security, and voice recognition applications where a powerful PC platform is required. It also is great for embedded applications. The G4V620 helps to reduce your long-term costs for systems revision, testing, certification, and maintenance.
ITOX Inc. (www.itox.com) is a leading developer of applied computing platforms for computer telephony, networking, and industrial applications and is an ISO 9001:2000 registered firm.
It is a major supplier of PC computer platforms used in light industrial environments for voice messaging, medical electronics, industrial control, gaming, and security monitoring systems. ITOX is affiliated with DFI, a top ten manufacturer of PC motherboards.
The new G4V620 motherboard from ITOX, Inc. offers the processing power of the Intelís Pentium®4 processor, plus on-board audio, LAN, and a PCI/ISA slot mix on an ATX format. The revision-controlled G4V620 is ideal for computer telephony, medical imagining, networking, security, voice recognition and other applications where a powerful PC platform is needed. It is also ideal for applied computing and embedded applications requiring long term availability.
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