Trademark® Computers, a Division of Bell Microproducts, Announces Liberty D900 and Build-to-order Program Featuring 900MHz AMD Duron™ Processor
San Jose, CA , USA --
Bell Microproducts today announced it will offer the Liberty D900 system featuring the 900MHz AMD Duron™ processor through its Trademark® Computers Division. Trademark will also use the 900MHz AMD Duron™ processor in its Build-to-order program. The Liberty D900, part number TMCD900, is available immediately.
The 900MHz AMD Duron™ processor is the new standard for value-conscious computer users who need outstanding computing experience at work and home.
"Trademark is proud to unveil this line of product based on the 900MHz AMD Duron™ processor. By doing so, we give both business users and consumers the technology they need for Internet or digital audio and video demands. An AMD Duron™ processor-based platform is an exceptional solution," said David Guzzi, Vice President and General Manager, Trademark Computer Products.
Trademark Computer Products is a pioneering manufacturer of custom-configured branded and white-box computer solutions. Utilizing multiple ISO9002 certified manufacturing plants, Trademark serves the needs of resellers and OEMs throughout the Americas with solutions that include workstations, tower servers, industrial rackmount servers and server appliances.
About the AMD Duron™ Processor
The AMD Duron™ processor is a derivative of the award-winning AMD Athlon™ processor and is designed to provide an optimized solution for value conscious business and home users. Employing an innovative design, the AMD Duron™ processor features a sophisticated cache architecture with 192KB of total on-chip cache, a high-speed 200MHz front-side bus, and a superscalar floating point unit with enhanced 3DNow!™ technology.
The AMD Duron™ processor offers value-conscious buyers access to technology and performance that stands out among other processors in its class. It reflects AMD's 30 years of design and manufacturing expertise and sales of more than 150 million PC processors. AMD Duron™ processors are manufactured on AMD's 0.18 micron process technology in Fab 25, Austin, Texas.
About Bell Microproducts
Bell Microproducts is an international value added provider of a wide range of high technology products, solutions, and services to the industrial and commercial marketplace. The company's offering includes semiconductors, computer platforms, peripherals, and storage products of various types including desktop, high-end computer and storage subsystems, fibre channel connectivity products, RAID, NAS and SAN storage systems and back-up products. Bell Microproducts is an industry-recognized specialist in storage products and is one of the world's largest storage-centric value-added distributors.
The company's products are available at any level of integration from components, to subsystem assemblies, to fully integrated, tested and certified system solutions. The company adds value with a broad range of services including testing, software loading, kitting, mass storage system integration, and computer system integration. Trained and certified technical personnel complete each of these processes at Bell Microproducts' ISO 9002 facilities. Bell Microproducts markets and distributes more than 150 brand name product lines, as well as its own BellStor storage and Trademark® computer brands, to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), contract electronic manufacturing services (EMS) customers, value-added resellers (VARs) and system integrators in the Americas and Europe. More information can be found in SEC filings, or by visiting the Bell Microproducts Web site at www.bellmicro.com.
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