Android BSPs target Atom E3800 reference board

Insyde Software and Timesys have each released enhanced Android BSPs supporting Intel’s “Bayley Bay” evaluation board for the Intel Atom E3800 SoC. Intel’s embedded-oriented Atom E3800 (Bay Trail-I) system-on-chip is gaining more Android development tools. Earlier this week, Intel announced a MinnowBoard Max SBC that runs Linux or Android 4.4 on the Atom E3800. Now, in conjunction with the Intel Developer Forum held earlier this week in Shenzhen, China, Insyde Software and Timesys have each announced enhanced board support packages (BSPs) for Android running on the Intel Atom Bayley Bay EV/CRB development motherboard.