Simtec push ARM9 mini-ITX boardBy Chris Williams. Published: 30th Oct 2003, 22:47:35 | Permalink | Printable
Everything but the kitchen sinkSimtec have announced a new ARM9 powered, mini-ITX size board. The board includes 256MB of on-board SDRAM, on-board NAND flash, a smart media slot, integral video and audio, two 10/100Mbit network controllers and USB and IDE interfaces. All with a power consumption of 2W.
The evaluation board uses Simtec's in house ABLE bootloader and can run ARM Linux or NetBSD. Three board configurations are available although Simtec say they can build boards to custom specifications.
Simtec S410 ARM9 powered board
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