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Low-power ARM9 SBC supports Linux   
Thursday, June 18 2009 @ 02:46 PM EDT
Contributed by: sde

Glomation announced an ARM9-based single-board computer (SBC) that consumes only 0.25 Amps. The 3.75 x 3.5-inch GESBC-9G20 is equipped with an Atmel AT91SAM9G20 system-on-chip clocked to 400MHz, and offers Ethernet, USB, and serial connections, among other I/O, says the company.

The GESBC-9G20 (above and farther below) appears to be a follow-on to Glomation's GESBC-9260 SBC (pictured at right), which shipped last August equipped with Atmel's earlier, 200MHz AT91SAM9260 processor. Atmel's newer AT91SAM9G20, announced in May 2008, is clocked to 400MHz and offers 32KB each of data and instruction cache, or twice the clock speed and four times the cache of its predecessor. It also doubles internal ROM to 64KB, doubles internal SRAM to 16KB, and consumes half the power of the earlier SoC, for a maximum of 80mW.

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