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UNIX(R) Platform Goes Mobile With Naturetech
a company specializing in the design and production of
mobile computer products, has used Sun Microsystems technology
to create a powerful notebook workstation.
Taipei, Taiwan-based organization has introduced the s-Note
777S, the first and only notebook powered by Sun's
UltraSPARC IIe microprocessor. It runs the Solaris
8 Operating Environment, bringing a user-friendly
GUI to the UNIX(R) operating system.
According to Naturetech President, Wenson Chang, "When
I first surveyed the field of possibilities, I seriously
considered SPARC, Alpha, and MIPS chips, and -- just as
important -- the operating systems that went with them.
I found that Sun has the best overall package, the most
reliable UNIX system, and the most mature RISC technology."
With the announcement of the UltraSPARC IIe chip, Chang's
decision was made. "When I saw the UltraSPARC IIe
chip's price-performance and specifications -- especially
its power consumption spec -- I knew it was the chip for
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As an high-end embeded system developer,
Nature Worldwide Technology Corp. (narrowed as Naturetech)
was founded in Tu-Cheng Ind. Park Taiwan back in Nov.
1998. It was certified by TUV ISO9001 and ISO14000. In
year 2000, Naturetech was authorized
by Sun Microsystems, Inc. for developing Unix-based
mobile workstations by deploying UltraSPARC architecture.
Naturetech is leading by the seasoned R&D team with
main concentration in the Mobile Workstation development,
Storage Server, Embedded System and Communication Product.
Our goal is to be the leader in niche products with the
least labor-power, the ultimate researching power and
the highest production capacity.
In viewing Digi-Era in the future, Naturetech will keep
working on researching highly integrated products combining
technique from Computing and Communications to contribute
more remarkable innovations to the world.