ULi today announces that its M1563M south bridge chip has been implemented by HP in the HP bc1500 blade PC. The HP bc1500 is a part of the HP Consolidated Client Infrastructure (CCI) solution, which centralizes desktop computer and storage resources into easily manageable, highly secure data centers, while providing end users the convenience and familiarity of a traditional desktop environment. Due to the compact size of the HP bc1500, effective heat dissipation is crucial for maintaining overall system performance and reliability. The M1563M south bridge features superior power management capabilities that effectively minimize power consumption and reduce heat build-up, ensuring enterprise clientele with exceptional stability, lower business risk, and uninterrupted productivity.

ULi Electronics Inc. (ULi), a leading core logic chipset manufacturer, today
announces that its M1563M south bridge chip has been implemented by HP in the HP
bc1500 blade PC.

The HP bc1500 is a part of the HP Consolidated Client Infrastructure (CCI)
solution, which centralizes desktop computer and storage resources into easily
manageable, highly secure data centers, while providing end users the
convenience and familiarity of a traditional desktop environment.

Due to the compact size of the HP bc1500, effective heat dissipation is crucial
for maintaining overall system performance and reliability. The M1563M south
bridge features superior power management capabilities that effectively minimize
power consumption and reduce heat build-up, ensuring enterprise clientele with
exceptional stability, lower business risk, and uninterrupted productivity.

"We are proud that for two consecutive years, HP has integrated our south bridge
into their blade PC products," said Alex Kuo, President of ULi. "This extended
collaboration validates ULi’s technology capabilities to deliver world-class
quality solutions and strong commitment to customer satisfaction."

Due to its remarkable powerVefficient technology, ULis M1563M south bridge has
been the paramount choice to power a variety of portable devices that require
multi-media intensive and energy efficient applications, including notebook PCs,
Ultra PCs, Tablet PCs, high performance embedded devices, blade PCs and servers
and many other consumer and enterprise products.