This chipset supports the 533MHz front side bus, DDR 400 memory, and AGP8X, the firm said.
ALI, like SIS and ATI, has a Pentium 4 licence.
The chipset also uses the M1563 Hypertransport data link bus, and claims that gives a transfer rate of 1.6GB/s. The chipset also supports USB 2.0, six PCI masters, 10/100 Ethernet, AC97, flash media interfaces, and two Ultra 100/133 IDE master control channels.
And ALI also appears to have won a major design win for the Toshiba Portege 3500 and 2000 Tablet PCs, Digitimes reports.
These Tosh products will use the Cyber Aladdin-T integrated chipset, a combo of the Aladdin Pro 5 north bridge and Trident's Cyberblade graphics core.
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