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Tiny Tin Can Linux

Nov 25, 2007, 09:00 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Bill Andad for this link. ]

"Tin Can Tools has announced a new fully functional embedded Linux platform in the shape of a 40-pin DIP package. The Hammer board, based upon the Samsung S3C2410 ARM920T processor, is designed from the ground up to be very modular and easy to interface. Tin Can Tools suggests it is ideal for developing embedded applications such as web-enabled appliances, robotics, process control and remote monitoring. Unlike most single board computer (SBC) solutions, the Hammer CPU board fits into a standard 40 pin DIP socket which means it can be quickly interfaced to using standard 0.1 inch center prototyping tools..."

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