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BlueCat Linux Offered with ADI Engineering's Reference Card Design
For Data Communications, Networking, Video Processing and Broadband Gateways
February 26, 2002,
Volume 48, Issue 4

ADI Engineering will distribute LynuxWorks' BlueCat Linux with its reference card design for the Intel i80200 XScale microarchitecture, the BRH card. The software/hardware combination provides customers with an end-to-end solution for developers designing low-power, high-performance applications such as data communications, networking, video processing and broadband gateways. Users can create their own custom platforms or employ ADI for specialized consulting and design.

The BRH has demonstrated new performance levels for i80200 processor operation and data throughput, while providing configurable, big and little-endian mode support. A key differentiating performance feature is its memory interface bandwidth, which benchmarks at 788 MB/s sustained operation--a five-fold improvement over first-generation i80200 processor memory controller chips. The BRH is an ideal development platform for low-power, high-performance applications and features a PCI expansion slot, dual Ethernet ports and unmatched sustained SDRAM bandwidth.

LynuxWorks' BlueCat Linux is an open-source embedded development environment without run-time royalties. Packaged with either a Windows, Linux, or SolarisTM Operating Environment (Solaris OE) host integrated development environment (IDE), commercial grade tools, and support programs, BlueCat meets the diverse needs of individual developers.

http://www.adiengineering.com

(434) 978-2888

info@adiengineering.com

http://www.lynuxworks.com

(408) 979-4399

lnixon@lnxw.com "

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