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LinuxDevices: Modular Credit-Card Computer Gains Modular Linux Dev Kit

Sep 06, 2004, 19:00 (0 Talkback[s])


Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers

"DSP Design has released a Linux development kit for its Alchemy-based credit-card-sized SBC (single board computer). The Linux LaunchPad for the Aurora1100 SBC bundles the board pre-installed with Linux, a host environment, tutorials, and sample applications. It targets developers of PDAs, display stations, and military devices.

"DSP has shipped Linux development kits, or 'LaunchPads' as it calls them, since May of 2001. The company previously supported only WinCE on the Aurora1100, however. Interestingly, a poll on the company's website suggests Linux is more popular than Windows, a conclusion also reached by a VDC study released yesterday..."

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