LinuxDevices: Teeny Linux PCs Proliferate

“A small company has begun building its line of tiny,
gumstick-sized single-board computers (SBCs) into miniscule
packaged PCs that displace around 68 cc of volume and come with
Linux pre-installed. Suggested apps for the teeny ‘Netstix’ Linux
PCs include webservers, printer servers, IP-telephony servers,
security appliances.

“Gumstix formed in Jan. of 2004, and shipped its first tiny SBC
and case four months later. Since then, the six-person company has
churned out 26 products, most either revisions to its tiny SBC
design, or expansion cards for it…”


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