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Wyse Leverages AMD's Embedded Solutions to Provide Next Generation Thin-Client Platforms

AMD Geode GX Processors to Power Wyse's High Performance,
Low Power S Class Thin Clients

CITRIX IFORUM, ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 4 - Wyse Technology, the domain experts in server-centric computing (SCC), announced today at the Citrix iForum conference that the company has selected the AMD Geode GX 533@1.1W and GX 466@0.9W processors* to power the next generation S class of Wyse Winterm thin-client devices.  The collaboration with AMD allows Wyse to offer performance improvements at lower power in its latest compact and streamlined family of thin-client designs.

AMD Geode GX processor family is designed to provide the ideal combination of low power consumption, excellent performance and small size. The application flexibility provided by the Geode processor's integrated x86 architecture and compact size helps facilitate the extremely small form
factor in Wyse's S class devices.  "We are pleased to extend our strategic relationship with AMD to drive continued thin-client design and performance improvements," said Mike DeNeffe, senior director of the Wyse Winterm line.  "With a history of innovation and a set of optimized processing capabilities, AMD is delivering a strong value proposition into our latest designs."

AMD Geode GX 533@1.1W and GX 466@.9W processors help enable the Wyse Winterm S class devices deliver more than three times the processing performance of predecessors with lower power usage and cooler operation within a diminutive, fanless form factor. "Wyse's new S class of Winterm thin-client solutions demonstrates the full capabilities of the high-performance, low-power AMD Geode GX product family," said Erik Salo, AMD's director of marketing for the Personal Connectivity Solutions Group. "The Wyse development team was able to leverage the Geode processor's performance capabilities to create a new line of thin-client solutions that support greater functionality without compromising performance."

AMD sees potential in the x86 architecture becoming a viable solution for nearly every device category, extending from low-power consumer electronics through high-end enterprise servers.  The inherent, seamless integration and ability to run existing applications of a universal, x86 architecture has tremendous benefits for hardware and software developers, and provides new opportunities for growth by giving end-users easier access to powerful technologies.

* The Geode GX 533@1.1W processor operates at 400MHz and is supported by the AMD Geode GX DB533 development board. The Geode GX 466@.9W processor operates at 333 MHz. Model numbers reflect performance as described here: .

About Wyse Technology
Wyse Technology is the leader in server-centric solutions that make users more productive and reduce IT cost and complexity.  As the world's leading provider of thin-client solutions, Wyse provides end-user systems that can be centrally managed and controlled to conserve resources and increase performance. Wyse provides services, software and hardware that liberate IT departments from unnecessary support and maintenance functions, empower users to be more productive in their jobs, and protect and improve access to critical information and business applications. Its industry-leading software solutions improve the ROI of existing servers and PCs and enhance management of a broad spectrum of information access devices and improve the performance of servers and networks. Wyse thin-client systems have been proven to be nine times more reliable than PCs and require replacement far less often.

Headquartered in San Jose, California with offices worldwide, Wyse has been 1 in thin-client market share for the last seven years, and has been named Microsoft "Embedded Partner of the Year" for three years.

About AMD
AMD (NYSE: AMD) designs and produces innovative microprocessors, Flash memory devices and low-power processor solutions for the computer, communications and consumer electronics industries. AMD is dedicated to delivering standards-based, customer-focused solutions for technology users, ranging from enterprises and governments to individual consumers.

NOTE:  Wyse is a registered trademark and Wyse, Winterm, and the Wyse logo are trademarks of Wyse Technology Inc. AMD, the AMD Arrow logo, Geode, and combinations thereof, are trademarks of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. Other names are for informational purposes only and may be trademarks of their
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