March 5, 2002
Ampro's latest EnCore adds PowerPC with Linux support
Author: JT Smith
Anonymous Reader writes, "Ampro Computers Inc. has unveiled the latest member of its 100 x 145 mm single-board computer family, this one based on Motorola's 300MHz MPC8245 PowerPC processor. The family now encompasses three popular microprocessor architectures: PowerPC, MIPS, and x86. "There are two things that combine to make this work," said Paul Rosenfeld, Ampro VP. "One is PCI, and the other is Linux." Read more at LinuxDevices.com."