ACube and A-EON share one vision on future Amiga co-operation

Bologna, 14th December 2013

On the eve of Pianeta Amiga 2013, ACube Systems srl and A-EON Technology Ltd are pleased to announce that they have concluded a joint co-operation agreement to promote the continued development of hardware and software for the benefit of the Classic and Next-Generation Amiga communities.

A-EON's Matthew Leaman commented on concluding the agreement, “This is a new chapter for the Amiga community and we look forward to many years of close co-operation with our Italian partners”. ACube's Max Tretene replied, “With our joint technical and financial resources we hope to fast track developments for the benefit of the whole Amiga community”. His business partner, Enrico Vidale added, “We are pleased to be working with like-minded Amiga enthusiasts and together we will work to support and expand the Amiga user base”. Trevor Dickinson, A-EON co-founder added, “ACube helped keep the Next-Generation Amiga dream alive during its darkest days, paving the way with new AmigaOS hardware. I am delighted we have concluded this agreement.”

Plans are already in motion for the first collaboration and details will be released when the time is right. For future information and updates please visit the A-EON Technology and ACube websites.

About ACube Systems srl: ACube Systems srl is the designer and developer of the Sam440, Sam460 and AmigaOne 500 computer systems, as well as the Minimig and now the Minimig Plus.
ACube Systems website: http://www.acube-systems.biz

About A-EON Technology Ltd: A-EON is the developer of the AmigaONE X1000 computer and now the Cyrus Plus motherboard built around Freescale's P3 & P5 QorIQ multi-core PowerPC processors, as well several products for the Classic Amiga market.

A-EON Technology website: http://www.a-eon.com

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