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Re: South Bridge chip for non-x86 embedded ??



It's common practice to use South bridges from x86 systems. E.g. Intel
PIIX-4E. Ali M1543C is a nice part as well as it has an integrated SuperIO
controller (COM1+2/LPT/FDC/RTC/IRDA/KBC/etc.). Both are supported for
industrial apps and life cycles.


regards,

Peter Marek
General Director
MarekMicro GmbH
Kropfersrichter Str. 6-8
D-92237 Sulzbach-Rosenberg
Germany
Phone: 049 - 9661 - 908 - 210
Fax:      049 - 9661 - 908 - 100
----- Original Message -----
From: Stuart Adams <sja@brightstareng.com>
To: <pci-sig@znyx.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2000 2:36 AM
Subject: South Bridge chip for non-x86 embedded ??


>
>  Can anyone recommend a "South Bridge" type chip
>  for non-x86 embedded applications ?? I would be
>  looking for some subset of:
>
>     PCI --> ISA, USB, IDE, serial, parallel, AC-Link
>
>  I need something that's going to be available for
>  3-5 years.
>
>  Thanks,
>    Stuart