Common Hardware Reference Platform


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Common Hardware Reference Platform

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is dedicated to providing the industry's leading computer suppliers with systems based on the Power PC microprocessor and compliant with the Common Hardware Reference Platform specification.
Prior to joining Power Computing, Fitch was a distinguished engineer at Apple Computer, where he most notably negotiated the Common Hardware Reference Platform agreement as Apple's senior technical representative.
headquartered in Menlo Park, is dedicated to providing the industry's leading computer suppliers with systems based on the PowerPC microprocessor and compliant with the common hardware reference platform specification.