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MiTAC to Demonstrate Cloud Computing Achievement at Computex 2011 TYAN, Mio and Magellan will together showcase the latest products
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Taiwan Taipei, May 30th 2011 - ICT leading company, MiTAC International Corp. will demonstrate its achievement in the cloud computing industry at Computex 2011. “Cloud” indicates the server site, and MiTAC's own brand TYAN will showcase the latest rackmount servers and work stations, while “Computing” means the terminal, and the company will unveil several terminal products, include All-In-One PCs and multimedia tablets. Mio and Magellan, the other brand under MiTAC, will also announce its latest consumer products and location-based-service solution. Computex 2011 will be held from May 31st to June 4th. MiTAC booth: L0407, Upper Level, Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall.

“MiTAC has nearly 30 years of experience in ICT design and manufacture. From IT products for business to integrated computing products or consumer electronic devices for the end market, MiTAC is one of a few multinational ‘cloud' and ‘computing' service companies which offer customization to satisfy different needs of different customers. MiTAC also attaches importance to energy saving as well as carbon-free design in product development. Last year we finished the first personal navigation device product category rule (PND PCR) and carbon footprint verification (CFV). MiTAC will show our achievement for each product at Computex 2011, and we are continually developing new market possibilities,” said Billy Ho, MiTAC president.

TYAN to showcase latest rackmount servers and work stations

The Yellow River series is public cloud infrastructure designed for virtual hosts and IDPCs (Internet Portal Data Centers). As a cloud platform should feature high density and low power consumption, the latest TYAN FM65 micro server can allocate 18 computing nodes in a 4U chassis and supports up to 18 Intel® Xeon® E3-1200 series CPUs. Also, cloud storage devices should be able to flexibly expand the storage space and processing ability for ongoing demand, and the TYAN TN70 series provides higher efficiency and storage space for both public clouds and private clouds.

New All-In-One PC and multimedia tablet products

MiTAC announces the All-In-One PC Maestro series adopting an Intel Thin Mini-ITX platform. Three key features of the Maestro series are flexibility, simplicity and green. In addition to general consumers, the Maestro series also gives consideration to system makers in terms of customization, efficiency and cost. After winning iF Design Awards (Germany) and Taiwan Excellence Awards in 2010 with its mobile Internet tablet products, the company this year announces the next generation of multimedia tablets, the Valar series, which includes 7-inch and 10-inch products. In addition to multi-touch design, stylus support is also added to offer a more convenient and enhanced media environment.

MiTAC, Mio and Magellan Shows Consumer Products and LBS solutions

Mio will introduce a “New Way to Explore” by showcasing our full range of consumer products, highlighting the latest line of Mio and Magellan devices. This will include the Mio Cruiser series of automotive navigation devices with several new features. We are also excited to showcase our new line of MiVue drive recorders. Finally, we will unveil the latest entry in the popular Magellan series of outdoor devices, the eXplorist, with a host of new features for geocachers and other outdoor enthusiasts alike.

For the first time, MiTAC has invited the solution partners to share the spotlight. Visitors will see some of the ways we are integrating hardware and software solutions. This includes the MiCARE handheld devices for medical professionals, Magellan's fleet management and telematics systems.