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Embedded Linux SDK supports CompactPCI control plane processor

Nov 18, 2002 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

Boston; Embedded Systems Conference — (press release excerpt) — TimeSys Corp. and ADI Engineering Inc. today announced the release of a certified embedded Linux software development kit for ADI's XScale-based Quinque Compact PCI board.

The Quinque, utilizing the Intel XScale 80200 microprocessor, is a feature-rich control plane processor for high-bandwidth processing and communications applications, offering a combination of a universal hot swap CompactPCI interface, dual Ethernet ports, PMC expansion slots, and unmatched sustained memory bandwidth for the Intel XScale microarchitecture of up to 800 MB/second.

Coupling the Quinque with the TimeSys Linux SDK provides OEMs with a supported Linux development environment that includes a high-performance embedded Linux operating system, certified device drivers and cross-platform development tools for the design, development and rapid deployment of next-generation data communications, networking, and switching applications.

The Quinque Linux Developer's Kit with the TimeSys Linux SDK is available immediately from ADI Engineering for $4590. OEM pricing for Quinque is $995 each in 1,000 piece quantities.

 
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