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  • Board Support Packages
     → Spring 2014
    Linux the popular BSP choice for PC/104 and SFF users

    Linux the popular BSP choice for PC/104 and SFF users

    As Windows XP nears End Of Life (EOL), many SFF users are turning to Linux as the Board Support Package (BSP) of choice.

     → Spring 2010

    SFF-based aerial vehicle to the rescue

    Hermann Strass (European Analyst)
    A mini quadrocopter powered by a CoreExpress module took home first place at the International Aerial Robotics Competition.

     → Winter 2006
    Rugged SFFs ... Windows ate my homework ... and why I won’t buy another iPod

    Rugged SFFs ... Windows ate my homework ... and why I won’t buy another iPod

    Chris A. Ciufo (OpenSystems Publishing)
    I hate seeing good technology tossed out, so four years ago I purchased a used IBM 233 MHz Pentium 2 MMX PC for use as a home music server. Unused for a while, I recently decided to boot it to see if it even worked anymore.

    Market issues
     → August 2009

    Samsung rolls out fastest Cortex-A8 chip

    Will Strauss (Forward Concepts)
    Could it be a contender? Will thinks yes with regard to Samsung's beefier 45nm low-leakage CMOS edition of its ARM Cortex-A8 implementation.

    Data acquisition and analog I/O
     → Winter 2012
    Linux-based COMs drive remote data acquisition strategies

    Linux-based COMs drive remote data acquisition strategies

    W. Gordon Kruberg, M.D. (Gumstix, Inc.)
    Data acquisition systems are constantly collecting, from the often overlooked to the out-of-sight reaches of human monitoring. Today, the power of Linux-based COMs is making some of these remote monitoring stations smaller, cheaper, and more efficient.

    Virtualization
     → December 2009
    From multi to many, through virtualization

    From multi to many, through virtualization

    Tomas Evensen (Wind River)
    Virtualization and multicore OS technology can future-proof embedded device development.

    Virtualization
     → October 2008

    Virtualization software addresses new demand for MicroTCA in industrial applications

    Didier Irlande (VirtualLogix)
    Industrial, medical, and other applications can employ virtualization to take advantage of MicroTCA systems and migrate software to new multicore architectures such as the Intel Core Microarchitecture.

    High availability
     → May 2000

    High-Availability Linux

    Larry Cruz (Motorola Computer Group)
    While CompactPCI provides the fundamental bus architecture for embedded systems platforms for the telecommunications industry, additional hardware and software is required to provide a system that is “highly available” and worthy of being deployed in critical telecommunication infrastructure applica... [read more]

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