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June 18, 2021

All these boards are designed to meet GLI and other regulatory standards

Innocore to launch new DPX platforms at ICE

(UK).- Innocore will be officially launching 6 new DPX platforms along with a range of complete gaming enclosures. The firm will be present at upcoming ICE at booth 3252.Besides, January saw Innocore Gaming's Headquarters move into its recently completed offices.

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he firm will launch a remarkable 6 new DPX gamingboards during ICE 2008. The new additions to the DPX range include three stand-alone or all-in-one boards (the S-series) and three ConnectBus boards (the C-series).

The Intel GLE960 and GME965 mobile chipsets form the basis of the new products, offering customers the opportunity to implement the very latest Intel technology into their products. Since they are backward compatible with the existing range of DPX products, previous investments are secured while offering an upgrade path at the same time.

Both CPUs and chipsets are backed by Intel's embedded roadmap guaranteeing five to seven years of production life. This illustrates Innocore's commitment to protecting their customer's business through an aggressive but clear roadmap of products with the latest generation of chipsets and CPUs.

All these boards are designed to meet GLI and other regulatory standards and have a minimum of 5 years availability. Each includes the complete feature set of gaming hardware customers have come to expect from the DPX range as well as some improved security features, larger NOVRAM and more USB ports.

Innocore has now completed the relocation of it's UK based HQ. Edward Price, Innocore Managing Director said, "This move to the recently built, state of the art facility has improved our efficiency and will allow us to grow further. We look forward to many customers visiting us in the New Year".

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