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Salt Lake City – Xi3 Corporation entered into a multi-phase agreement with Intel Corporation to develop, manufacture and sell next-generation Micro-Mini PCs, including Intel's successful Intel NUC (Next Unit of Computing) computers.
Micro-Mini PCs represent one of the only growing sectors of the general PC market, as enterprises seek the increased performance, greater power efficiency and modularity of ultra-small form factor computers.
Xi3 will initially work with Intel to further commercialize Intel NUC-based systems to global enterprise and government customers. The companies will also work together on new ultra-small form factor computing products leveraging Xi3's intellectual property and Intel's low power processor technology.
"We are pleased to be working with a worldwide leader in low-power x86 microprocessors," said Jason A. Sullivan, founder, president and CEO of Xi3 Corporation. "This agreement will result in Xi3's first commercially available Micro-Mini computers powered by Intel processors. We see this relationship as the perfect marriage between processor and platform technologies."
"Xi3 has made great contributions to the world of ultra-small form factor computing with its patented Xi3 computer architecture," said Joel Christensen, general manager, channel innovation and solutions division of Intel Corporation. "We're pleased to partner with Xi3, a leader in Micro-Mini compute platforms, to have them offer a range of Intel-based products to enterprises and governments throughout the world."
Xi3 developed and patented award-winning Xi3 Modular Computers—softball-sized computers that are powerful yet energy efficient. The machines are designed to run the most popular x86-based, 64-bit operating systems and software applications.