|| ||Lars Wirzenius <liw-AT-liw.fi> |
|| ||lwn-AT-lwn.net |
|| ||Baserock secret-volcano release and Slab hardware |
|| ||Tue, 21 Aug 2012 15:23:59 +0100|
|| ||Article, Thread
This is not a press release as such, but a pointer to two announcements
that I hope will interest LWN.
First, the project I've been working on at work for the past year,
Baserock, has made its first public release, code named "secret
volcano". It's a method and toolset for developing embedded Linux
systems in a way that we believe is going to be much better than
anything currently out there.
Second, we've announced Baserock Slab, an ARM server suitable for
building software quickly. It's a half-depth 1U case with 8 independent
systems with quad-core ARMv7-A CPUs running at 1.33GHz, available in
beta in September. It is obviously meant for Baserock development,
but can run any Linux system, or different one on each node.
If you have any questions, the contacts are firstname.lastname@example.org or
Paul Sherwood (email@example.com). I'm also happy to answer
questions, but I'm not a spokesperson for Codethink.
I wrote a book: http://gtdfh.branchable.com/
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