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The Icon Bar: News and features: Now that's Magic!

Now that's Magic!

Posted by Phil Mellor on 16:25, 29/11/2004 | , , , , , ,
32bit OSCastle Technology and Tematic have got RISC OS running on a new processor. This is a result of the work done by Tematic for large OEM customers in the embedded space.

The NeoMagic MiMagic 5 is a low power, small form factor multimedia processor based on the ARM 9. It's 220Mhz and has inbuilt support for vdieo and a variety of peripherals. Sounds ideal for a small portable device?

Castle will be demonstrating RISC OS 5 running on the NeoMagic MiMagic 5 at the Midlands show next weekend.

Press release


  Now that's Magic!
  ad (16:41 29/11/2004)
  Revin Kevin (23:38 29/11/2004)
Andrew Duffell Message #93227, posted by ad at 16:41, 29/11/2004

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Good news for the future of RISC OS. The more processors supported by RISC OS the better.
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Kevin Wells Message #93228, posted by Revin Kevin at 23:38, 29/11/2004, in reply to message #93227
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Looks like some very good news.

Another thing that looks good is the mention of a large OEM customer, let hope they need lots of them and it leads to the creation of software that is lacking on the RISC OS side of things.

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The Icon Bar: News and features: Now that's Magic!