|(hardware, standard)||NLX - A low-profile, low TCO motherboard
design created jointly by Intel Corp., IBM, DEC and
other PC vendors. In contrast to the traditional single-board
design, NLX uses a riser card to carry PCI, ISA and
AGP bus data (despite Intel's stated intent to rid PC
motherboards of the ISA bus by 2000).|
Version 1.2 of NLX is the final specification, and was frozen in March 1997. Minor modifications appear in the form of "Engineering Change Requests".
["NLX Motherboard Specification", various, pub. Intel Corp. 1997]