Development boards for Linux embedded applications


BOARD NAME BOARD INFORMATION
BEAGLEBOARD

WEBSITE: http://beagleboard.org/

SUPPORT: Community + several TI employees

LICENCE: Creative Commons for hardware

DESCRIPTION: This is an opensource hardware design based on TI OMAP3530. It doesn't include lots of peripheral, but instead provide the ability to plug them as user requires them. The new version is the beagleboard-xM

PANDABOARD

WEBSITE: http://pandaboard.org/

SUPPORT: Community

LICENCE: Creative Commons for hardware

DESCRIPTION: This is an opensource hardware design based on TI OMAP4430. It does include as peripherals a camera connector, audio, WLAN, bluetooth DVI HDMI out, 10/100 eth 1 USB on-the-go and 2 USB host port

K7 MID

WEBSITE: http://www.opensourcemid.org/index.htm

SUPPORT: Timll Technic Inc. in China + community

LICENCE: Creative Commons for hardware

DESCRIPTION: K7 MID is a opensource plateform based on TI OMAP3530. It is provided as a fully packaged device with touchscreen, GPS. Its main goal seems to be a multimedia plateform.

GDIUM

WEBSITE: http://www.gdium.com/fr/pages/startpage

SUPPORT: Gdium Fondation

LICENCE: Creative Commons (but no commercial use) for softwares

DESCRIPTION: gdium is a platefrom based on the MIPS Loongson 64-bit processor from STMicroelectronics. It is provided as a laptop: Gdium Librety 1000. The base system is contained in a USBstick called G-Key. This is mostly for educational use.

GUMSTICK

WEBSITE: http://www.gumstix.com/

SUPPORT: Gumstix

LICENCE: Creative Commons for peripherals (main motherboard is propritary)

DESCRIPTION: This a tiny single board computer based on either a OMAP3503 or a Marvel XScale PXA270. Software are mainly built with OpenEmbedded?.

PANDORA

WEBSITE: http://www.open-pandora.org/

SUPPORT: OpenPandora?

LICENCE: NC

DESCRIPTION: This is a plateform between a netbook and a gaming console. It is based on the OMAP3530.

HAWKBOARD

WEBSITE: http://www.hawkboard.org/

SUPPORT: Community

LICENCE: Creative Commons

DESCRIPTION: This is another opensource ehardware design based on the OMAPL138.

GURUPLUG

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SHEEVAPLUG

WEBSITE: http://www.plugcomputer.org

SUPPORT: globalscaletechnologies

LICENCE: Proprietary

DESCRIPTION: Both computer are PlugComputers. They are based on Marvell Kirkwood 6281 processor

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-- TristanLelong - 22 Nov 2010

Topic revision: r1 - 22 Nov 2010 - 16:28:50 - TristanLelong
 
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