VIA and UK System Partners Launch World's First Carbon Free Personal Computers

Subject: Systems | October 11, 2006 - 08:51 AM |
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IA joins with leading UK-based system providers Evesham and
Tranquil to launch computers ideal for organizations looking to reduce
their Carbon Footprint

London, England, October
11, 2006 - VIA Technologies, Inc, a leading innovator and developer of
silicon chip technologies and PC platform solutions, today announced
with partners Evesham Technology and Tranquil PC the world's first
Carbon Free Computers based on the ultra energy-efficient VIA C7®-D
processor platform.

As awareness of the effects of carbon dioxide (CO2)
on global warming grows, individuals, governments, and organizations
are searching for ways to reduce their Carbon Footprint, demanding
better energy efficiency and greater environmental awareness in the ICT
products they purchase. To meet this growing demand VIA has joined with
leading UK system integrators Tranquil PC and Evesham Technology to
launch the world's first Carbon Free personal computers, based on the
VIA C7-D processor, the world's first carbon free processor launched
last month.

The Evesham Carbon3 and Tranquil PC
systems such as the new T7 bring together ultra-energy efficient
operation and the offset of the CO2 emissions produced from the
operation of the systems over their lifetime through investment in
UK-based projects in energy conservation, reforestation, and
alternative energy.

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