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Reports can also be viewed from a tablet on the same network as the Universal Type Server. Minimum requirements are: iOS 9 or later, Android or later, or Windows 10, and. Universal Type Server 6 Support Universal Type Server 6 Retired As of January 31, , Universal Type Server 6 is no longer eligible for Support. Information about Universal Type Server on this page is for reference purposes only and does not imply the availability of ongoing support. Universal Type Server 6 Retired As of January 31, , Universal Type Server 6 is no longer eligible for Support. Information about Universal Type Server on this page is for reference purposes only and does not imply the availability of ongoing support. Final version:

 

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The Enterprise Font Management Solution For Everybody Whether it’s teams that need to have shared access to fonts globally or a company that needs to improve font compliance and spending, Universal Type Server (UTS) is a comprehensive enterprise font management solution, chosen by respected organizations like SANDOW, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and mcgarrybowen. Reports can also be viewed from a tablet on the same network as the Universal Type Server. Minimum requirements are: iOS 9 or later, Android or later, or Windows 10, and. Universal Type Server 6 Retired As of January 31, , Universal Type Server 6 is no longer eligible for Support. Information about Universal Type Server on this page is for reference purposes only and does not imply the availability of ongoing support. Final version:
 
 
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MSI 865PE Neo2-P series motherboards with P4 Prescott support to arrive in mid-January

The current situation with the support of motherboards for the upcoming Pentium 4 processors with the Prescott core is vividly reminiscent of last summer, when there was a massive appearance of motherboards based on i845x series chipsets, for which the manufacturers guaranteed support for the 800 MHz system bus – like the “older”, that is, more expensive i865 / i875P series. However, the requirements for supporting chips with the Prescott core are somewhat different: firstly, it is necessary to support identification of new processors using the new BIOS firmware, and secondly, guaranteed compatibility with the electrical and thermal parameters of new chips. However, judging by the documents’ Voltage Regulator-Down (VRD) 10.0 Design Guide and VRD10.0 Design Guideline Addendum, published on Intel’s website as recently as yesterday, it’s tricky to “scare” manufacturers with something more power-hungry after the Pentium 4 Extreme Edition appears. The family of processors with the Prescott core, judging by these declared data
System boards supporting Intel Pentium 4 Processor with Hyper-Threading Technology operating at 3.06 GHz or higher and processor code named Prescott must have voltage regulator designs compliant to applicable FMB electrical and thermal standards. For Intel Pentium 4
processors, this includes full electrical support of 70 A Icc_max specifications and robust cooling solutions to support 63 A thermal design current (TDC) indefinitely within the envelope of system operating conditions. For processor code named Prescott, this includes full electrical support of 78 A Icc_max specifications and robust cooling solutions to support 68 A thermal
design current (VRTDC) indefinitely within the envelope of system operating conditions.

… will have much less appetite than Pentium 4 EE.

The above documents contain a lot of useful data, I think specialists will be happy to take the time to study them, however, our news is not about this at all, but about the delivery time of the new family of MSI motherboards with the P index, guaranteed to support processors with the Prescott core. A distinctive feature of the new boards ? the presence of such a sticker on the package:

The first motherboards from this family will be 865PE Neo2-PS (standard version, Serial ATA), 865PE Neo2-PLS (10/100 LAN, Serial ATA) and 865PE Neo2-PFISR (Gb LAN, IEEE1394, SATA, SATA RAID). However, it will be interesting to note that the MSI 865PE Neo2 series, judging by the information on the company’s website, also supports processors with Prescott core and P4 Extreme Edition.

Data cited by Korean website Brainbox says MSI 865PE Neo2-P series motherboards will ship in mid-January. There is no data on the price of these boards yet, however, I do not think that there will be any noticeable difference in comparison with the MSI 865PE Neo2 family.

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