"Virtio Corp. is now shipping a software tool that emulates
Motorola's i.MX1/i.MXL application development board. The 'virtual
platform' can be used for developing applications, middleware,
operating systems, and device drivers based on the Motorola i.MX1
and i.MXL 'Dragonball' processors, targeting smartphones and
wireless handhelds, according to Virtio, and targets Linux as well
as several other embedded OSes.
"The i.MX1 and i.MXL are the first members of Motorola's
DragonBall i.MX family. They are based on an ARM920T CPU core along
with a long list of integrated functions, including SDRAM control,
LCD interface, video port, dual UARTs, dual SPI ports, USB device
port, I2C bus, general purpose I/O, memory card interfaces, and
more. The i.MX processors also provide extensive power management
capabilities, according to Motorola..."
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