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Quieter, Smaller BTX PCs Speed To Market

March 10, 2006

Flomerics Inc. has announced that chipmakers and systems builders are making extensive use of its thermal simulation technology to expedite the movement of personal computers with the new quieter, smaller BTX form factor to market.

Engineers used Flomerics Flotherm thermal simulation software to develop specifications for the new form factor that could be certain to maintain junction temperatures for critical components at safe levels. They also used Flotherm to create a series of reference designs that provide validated thermal and acoustic performance intended to provide systems builders with a starting point for their own designs.

Finally, Flomerics has provided systems builders with thermal modeling templates based on Intel’s reference designs that can be used to save time in their own design process by modifying the templates instead of starting from scratch. www.flomerics.com

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