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Join Date: May 2002
GameBOXX Series of Workstation-Class
BOXX Targets Gamers with GameBOXX Series of Workstation-Class Gaming Systems
New High-Performance Gaming Systems Offer Robust Gaming Experience
AUSTIN, TX — October 23, 2003 — BOXX Technologies a leading developer of XXtreme
award-winning digital content creation systems for the game development, design, entertainment
and digital film industries today announces GameBOXX, the first true workstation-class gaming
system strong enough for game developers and gutsy enough for intense gamers.
The GameBOXX series is based on BOXX’s award-winning 3DBOXX workstation technology,
which is in the development pipelines of prominent game development studios on the planet. And
now with GameBOXX, gamers can experience the same level of power and performance from a
BOXX system that game developers rely on to develop and test their games.
“Rock solid is the best way to describe GameBOXX,” says Ed Caracappa, director of sales and
marketing at BOXX. "BOXX continues to successfully deliver systems to the game development
community and after reviewing the competitive landscape, we realized that we offer more rightout-
of-the-box performance than anyone currently selling PC-based gaming systems,” explains
Caracappa. “We've redesigned the GameBOXX chassis to be more ‘gamer friendly’ and will
deliver these systems with the same level of performance, reliability and support that we deliver
to the professional content creation market. This announcement is a boon for the PC gaming
GameBOXX EX features the latest Intel® Pentium® 4 processors, running under 32-bit Windows
for outstanding system performance and realistic game play. The highly anticipated Pentium 4
Extreme Edition (XE) processor will be available in the GameBOXX EX series as the processor
GameBOXX FX incorporates the new AMD Athlon™ 64 FX-51 processor, a new Windowscompatible
64-bit processor, for a true-to-life digital entertainment experience.
Pricing and availability
GameBOXX is scheduled to ship November 1, 2003. Pricing varies with system configuration.
Customers should contact BOXX toll-free at 877-877-BOXX or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
BOXX® Technologies, headquartered in Austin, TX, is a leading developer and manufacturer of
XXtreme high-performance, high-bandwidth Microsoft Windows and Linux-based hardware and
software solutions for the gaming, 3D, animation, digital film, and HDTV broadcast markets.
BOXX systems include 3DBOXX®, GameBOXX, RenderBOXX®, SDBOXX™, ServerBOXX™,
HDBOXX® and CineBOXX®. 3DBOXX is an award-winning 3D workstation; GameBOXX is a
workstation-class gaming system for high-performance gaming; RenderBOXX is a powerful
rendering system; SDBOXX is a 10-bit SD-SDI professional digital video editing system;
ServerBOXX is a deskside or rackmount server; HDBOXX features nonlinear editing,
compositing and playback of HD; CineBOXX is a digital intermediate system capable of real-time
playback of 2K DPX and Cineon files at 24fps; and. For more information on BOXX
Technologies, please visit the BOXX web site at www.boxxtech.com or call toll free 877-877-
BOXX (2699) or 512-835-0400 (outside North America).
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