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Computex National Semiconductor subsidiary Cyrix is showing Socket 370 Gobi motherboards on its stand at the Computex trade fair. And a representative said that it is continuing with its plans to introduce its Mojave technology using the same infrastructure. It was continuing to develop products and relationships for the up coming products, he said. The first Mojave 370s will start appearing in quantity towards the end of this year. Cyrix was also demonstrating the IA on a Chip architecture on its stand, as well as the Orion set top box. (See story: NatSemi starts to fab System on a Chip) We have pictures of the IA on a Chip as well as the Socket 370 mobos, supported by at least five Taiwanese companies and will post them later in the day. ®

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