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Linux Tools Support Cortex-A8-based 802.11n Module

Timesys announced a partnership with Digi International, making the company the preferred commercial Linux solutions provider for Digi's ConnectCore Wi-i.MX51 wireless module. Timesys' LinuxLink embedded development framework now supports the Wi-i.MX51 module, based on Freescale's Cortex-A8-based i.MX51 system-on-chip, and also supports Digi's Wi-i.MX51 & JumpStart& reference kit, says Timesys....
 
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