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Linux-ready XScale net board ships   
Wednesday, January 28 2009 @ 04:08 PM EST
Contributed by: sde

Gateworks Corp. is shipping the second of its power-sipping Cambria Network Platform boards. The Cambria GW2350 ships with an OpenWrt Linux-based board support package (BSP) and optional dev kit, and targets enterprise and residential network applications, says the company.

The Cambria GW2350 is a lower cost ($211 in volume) version of the Cambria GW2358-4 board that was announced in August, and offers a single Type III Mini-PCI socket instead of the GW2358-4's four slots, says the company. The Cambria GW2350 is targeted at customer premise equipment that requires "a rugged, small form factor network processing engine," says the company.

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