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|Driver Version (found within)|
|Drivers - Windows®|
|13 May 1999||v1.027|
|General Notes||Controllerless Windows-only V.90/x2TM PCI Chipset|
|general info:||Introduced in the days of Cirrus Logic this controllerless (see bottom) chipset is now discontinued (see this page) although Intel continue to support it.|
DAA: (Data Access Arrangement)
|known conflicts:||x2TM modems can suffer problems with Freeserve if they attempt to make an x2TM connection before a V.90 connection (this will fail & connection will stop) - switch off x2TM connections by putting "+ms=11" (no quotes) in the Extra Settings box if this occurs.|
Please Note: this chipset is not supported under XP.
Intel v3.30 Generic V.90 Driver
Archtek 56PCI-C Data/Fax/Voice/Speakerphone
DIS DIS56CLINTL Heavy Metal 56Kbps V.90 Data/Fax/Voice
GVC FM-56PCI-CL Data/Fax/Voice PCI
Jaton WinCom V.90 PCI
Origo FM-56PCI-CL 56K Data/Fax/Voice PCI 18 May 98
Pine FM-3631-1 V.90/x2TM 56K Speakerphone v1.2
WebExcel MD320 Data/Fax/Voice/Speakerphone PCI (none)
|Manuals:||Intel Product Brief|
|A controllerless Windows-only PCI card that contains a DSP (Digital Signal Processer) chip but passes controller functions (AT-Commands etc) to the host-computer's OS.
Cirrus Logic produced the original chipset. Cirrus then spun all its modem chipsets off as an independant company called Ambient Technologies. Ambient discontinued the chipset (replaced by the MD563X-HaM). Ambient became part of Intel, and Intel now no longer uses the Ambient name. Intel continue to support all the former Cirrus Logic/Ambient modem chipsets.
20 Feb 2001 Thanks to Paul Mullen for reporting a website change from Ambient to Intel.