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[News] More New Devices Run Linux

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Panel PC uses "two Watt" x86 SoC

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| Icop announced a panel PC that runs Linux on the company's own 32-bit, 
| x86-compatible SoC (system on chip). The PDX-089T has a 8.9-inch touchscreen 
| display, 256MB of RAM, CompactFlash Type I/II and microSD storage, plus a 
| Mini PCI slot, the company says.   


Network security appliances use Atom N270

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| AR Infotek didn't specify which Linux distros the Teak 3030, 3031, and 3035L 
| are designed to run. However, the company says the devices come with Linux 
| drivers that support their system status LEDs, watchdog timers, LAN bypass, 
| and push-button shutdown functionality.   



Chip vendor spins multi-core networking security stack

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| Freescale Semiconductor announced the availability of Linux-ready embedded 
| software that provides security and networking functionality tailored for its 
| multi-core, PowerPC-based QorIQ and PowerQUICC system-on-chips (SoCs). 
| The "production-ready, application-level" Vortiqa software provides a base 
| platform for developing firewall, IPSec-VPN, IPS, anti-virus, and anti-spam 
| software, says the company.     


Embedded Linux at 10; How’s its Mojo?

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| Embedded Linux has now been around for a decade and consistently ranks as one
| of the top OS choices for device development. But, does it still have its
| mojo?
| Four distinguished panelists offered their insights on this intriguing topic
| in a panel discussion at the Real-Time & Embedded Computing Conference this
| week.
| The session examined Linux’s strengths and weaknesses relative to mobile and
| embedded applications ranging from handheld consumer gadgets to automotive
| infotainment systems to carrier-grade telecommunications infrastructure. It
| also assessed the quality and completeness of the open-source OS’s available
| development tools.

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