Intrinsyc Supports Intel's Wireless and Multimedia Processors

4/14/2004 - At the Intel Developer Forum in Taipei, Taiwan, Intrinsyc Software International, Inc. (TSX:ICS) announced it has expanded its wireless expertise and solutions to include support for Intel's next generation processor and multimedia accelerator technology for handhelds and handsets, named Intel® PXA270 processor and Intel® 2700G multimedia accelerator respectively. This places Intrinsyc as one of the world's leading experts in designing new devices based on these Intel technologies.

They are being showcased by Intrinsyc and Intel in a new development platform, named the Intel® 2700G multimedia accelerator reference system. Created by Intrinsyc over the past 12 months and codenamed Carbonado, this platform is targeted at device manufacturers building next generation wireless PDAs, and is designed to assist these companies with hardware and software development, integration and testing. For more information on the reference system, please visit:

Designed from the ground up for cell phones and wireless PDAs, Intel® PXA27x processor family include the latest advances in mobile technologies for improving key power, performance and security features. The first Intel XScale® technology-based processors to include the Intel® Wireless MMXTM Technology and Intel® Quick Capture technologies, the Intel PXA27x family enables high performance multimedia capabilities for music, video and games, and let users send and receive exciting digital images and video. With the help of the newly added Wireless Intel SpeedStep® technology, the new processors also help batteries last even longer. To ensure peace-of-mind, the Intel PXA27x family utilizes the new Intel® Wireless Trusted Platform to serve the growing security needs for mobile wireless devices.

Targeted for use in wireless Smartphones, PDAs, wireless tablets and handheld consoles, the Intel® 2700G multimedia accelerator, optimized for Intel PXA27x, delivers a rich multimedia entertainment experience while helping to extend device battery life. The Intel 2700G provides enhanced 2D and 3D graphics, high quality video playback and enterprise worthy dual display capabilities.

"Leading the way in delivery of cutting edge reference systems significantly reduces risk and development costs when adopting exciting new multimedia capabilities," said Rob McNair, director of marketing for Intel's Handheld Graphics Operation. "Intrinsyc's expertise and background in smartphone and wireless PDA development make them an ideal resource for device OEMs creating new solutions based on Intel XScale® technology".

"One of Intrinsyc's key competitive advantages is our ability to stay on the leading edge of new, emerging technologies and be first to market with new products and services that device manufacturers require" said Derek Spratt, President and Chief Executive Officer, Intrinsyc Software. "Our knowledge of the Intel PXA27x processor and Intel 2700G multimedia accelerator, when coupled with our operating system expertise in Windows CE .NET, Windows Mobile, Linux and Symbian OS gives us one of the most comprehensive product and service offerings in the wireless community."

About Intrinsyc
Intrinsyc provides unique products and services that help companies create next generation internet based devices, and provides software solutions that enable the integration and bridging of these device platforms with enterprise applications and databases, creating end-to-end solutions that address the business needs of real-time enterprise computing. By leveraging Intrinsyc's products, engineering design services and systems integration expertise, customers make better decisions, improve productivity, and reduce time-to-market. Intrinsyc is an industry leading, public company with global customers such as Microsoft, IBM, Intel, Philips, Siemens, General Electric, and Ford. To find out more about Intrinsyc, visit:

Intrinsyc is a registered trademark of Intrinsyc Software International, Inc.

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