| SAN JOSE, Calif. — Taiwan's Silicon Integrated Systems Corp. (SiS) said that it has signed a licensing contract with Intel Corp. The deal involves the manufacture and sale of chipsets for the Intel's Pentium 4 processor with the 1066-MHz front side bus (FSB). |
The new generation of FSB 1066MHz chipsets increases the data transfer rate to 8.3-GB per second, compared to 6.4-GB in FSB 800-MHz generation chipsets. "SiS will be offering the SiS656FX and SiS670 FSB 1066MHz chipsets for the Intel Pentium 4 processors which will be the cornerstones of our high-end chipset marketing strategy," said Daniel Chen, the CEO and president of SiS, in a statement.