Over 5million Intel chipset parts transferred to Rochester for legacy availability

July 30, 2014 // By Graham Prophet
The end-of-line (EOL), continuing-availability specialist Rochester Electronics recently took delivery of over 5 million chipset parts transferred from Intel, comprising a range of over 60 unique part types.

As an authorised distributor for mature and EOL products from Intel, Rochester will continue to support users with ongoing requirements; specific product types that Intel's Internet of Things product group has sent to Rochester include PCI-to-PCI bridges, I/O controller hubs, graphic/memory controller hubs (GMCH), 32 bit MPUs and many other types of products that support long lifecycle embedded markets. A listing of Intel Chipsets available at Rochester Electronics is at; www.rocelec.com/static/marketing/INTEL_CHIPSETS.pdf

Rochester Electronics specialises in providing a solution for mature and end-of-life semiconductors; the company acquires all remaining finished devices, wafer/die, and available intellectual property. It banks all remaining stocks and when those are exhausted, has its own manufacturing resources to produce the exact same device and provide a reliable, continuing source of semiconductors used in critical systems worldwide — in any quantity and for as long as needed. All components are 100% manufacturer traceable and certified. Rochester’s product offering includes 300,000+ Rochester-manufactured device types, from commercial to space-level; complete, authorised device re-creation, as well as billions of die and finished devices in stock.

Rochester; www.rocelec.com