Linux Computer Thinks It's a Chip
Jul 03, 2007, 09:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"A board vendor specializing in military and rugged markets is
sampling a 2-inch-square ARM9/FPGA processor module designed to
plug into a 462-pin CPU-style socket. Advanced Knowledge Associates
(AKA), says its LM150 comes with a Linux BSP (board support
package) and supports applications requiring custom interfaces.
"The tiny LM150 module appears to come with a large heatsink
mounting plate that makes it look more like a large chip than what
it really is: a tiny single-board computer..."