Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS) recently made a few changes in its chipset roadmap, adjusting its business plans to market realities, the company said. According to SiS, the company has separated the SiS671 and SiS771 northbridges, which respectively target the Intel and AMD desktop platforms, from each other by timeframes.
SiS previously planned to make both chipsets available in samples in August, and volume production was scheduled to start in October. Now, the company pushed the SiS771 chip schedule forward, with sample availability scheduled for July. Its volume production, as planned, will start in October, SiS said.
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