Taiwan-based chipset vendor ULi Electronics is using Computex in Taipei this week to showcase its new M1575 southbridge supporting SATA II. Currently the company has engineering samples of the southbridge, and the mass production is scheduled to begin in July or August, ULi associate vice president Bruce Tai said.
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