|From:||Lars Wirzenius <liw-AT-liw.fi>|
|Subject:||Baserock secret-volcano release and Slab hardware|
|Date:||Tue, 21 Aug 2012 15:23:59 +0100|
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. http://wiki.baserock.org/releases/secret-volcano/ 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. http://www.codethink.co.uk/2012/08/20/codethink-announces... 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. Thanks. -- I wrote a book: http://gtdfh.branchable.com/
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