July 30, 2005
Arcom offers Fedora Linux Pentium M Dev Kit
Jenny McCrae writes "Linux is popular choice for developers creating high availability communication and server solutions. To accelerate your Linux development cycle, Arcom has introduced a ready-to-run Development Kit for the APOLLO – a Pentium M based single board computer designed for applications demanding long term product availability and high performance fanless operation. The APOLLO is built on power efficient Intel Centrino technology and is an industry standard EBX platform (8” x 5.75”). The Development Kit serves as a highly cost effective solution for developers, saving months of effort and allowing engineers to concentrate on value-added application development. The APOLLO Development Kit for Linux includes a comprehensive installation of Fedora Core 3 Linux pre-installed on an industrial grade CompactFlash memory card. The Kit bundles the APOLLO SBC fitted with a 1.6GHz Pentium M CPU, 512Mbytes of DDR memory, Gigabit Ethernet and the 1GByte CompactFlash card. Also included is an AC Flex-ATX PSU, full cable set, Quickstart Manual, Development Kit DVD, USB/CF programming adapter, and an optional panel mounted 15 inch TFT color LCD module and analog touchscreen. The APOLLO offers dual independent display capability (CRT and LVDS output), dual Ethernet, dual FireWire (IEEE 1394a) ports, six USB 2.0 channels and four serial ports (RS-232/RS-422/RS-485)."