BOLData Technology, Inc. Announces Support for New AMD Athlon™ XP Processor 1800+ with QuantiSpeed™ Architecture
FREMONT, CA. --
BOLData® Technology, Inc. today announced the Challenger AXP™ Series of Desktop PCs and Workstations powered by the new AMD AthlonTM XP processor with QuantiSpeed™ architecture. The new Challenger AXP line combines breakthrough graphics technologies from nVidia, Microsoft’s latest operating systems and AMD’s fastest processors to deliver an unprecedented level of performance.
The AMD Athlon XP processor with QuantiSpeed™ architecture is designed to provide the extreme performance needed for the ultimate computing experience. It combines unparalleled performance with ease of use and support for the world’s most popular software.
“We believe BOLData’s new Challenger AXP Series of workstations featuring the new AMD Athlon XP processor 1800+ with QuantiSpeed architecture, will provide our customers with a dramatic advance in computing power.” said Andrew Kretzer, Director of Sales and Marketing for BOLData Technology, Inc. “These state of the art systems will be stacked with leading-edge technology, optimized to take advantage of the newest features of the Microsoft® Windows® XP operating system.”
“BOLData has a long history of bringing exceptional desktop and workstation systems based on AMD processors to market,” said Mark Bode, division marketing manager for Desktop Processors at AMD. “Their latest Challenger AXP series based on the AMD Athlon XP processor offers the extreme performance demanded by power users for cutting-edge applications.”
About the AMD Athlon™ XP Processor
AMD introduced its brand-new processor for high-performance desktop
computers, the AMD Athlon XP processor. The AMD Athlon XP processor
features the new, patented QuantiSpeed™ architecture, which delivers a
quantum leap in performance for office productivity, digital media, and 3D
gaming. The new architecture also includes 3DNow!™ Professional
technology, which adds 52 new instructions, extending 3DNow! technology
capabilities to more software titles than any other processor in the world. The
AMD Athlon “XP” modifier is designed to convey the extreme performance
AMD Athlon XP processors deliver for the upcoming Microsoft® Windows® XP
AMD will identify the AMD Athlon XP processor using model numbers, as opposed to megahertz, and is introducing 1800+, 1700+, 1600+ and 1500+ versions. Model numbers are designed to communicate the relative application performance among the various AMD Athlon XP processors, as well as communicate the architectural superiority over existing AMD Athlon processors.
About Company BOLData Technology, Inc.
BOLData Systems takes pride in being a world-class provider of systems, servers, workstations and peripherals and is nationally recognized for excellent service and product reliability. Since 1984, BOLData has provided government agencies, corporations, value added resellers and consumers with custom configured systems, name brand and OEM components, and industry leading peripherals.
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AMD is a global supplier of integrated circuits for the personal and networked computer and communications markets with manufacturing facilities in the United States, Europe, Japan, and Asia. AMD, a Fortune 500 and Standard & Poor’s 500 company, produces microprocessors, flash memory devices, and support circuitry for communications and networking applications. Founded in 1969 and based in Sunnyvale, California, AMD had revenues of $4.6 billion in 2000. (NYSE: AMD).
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