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QONG EVB-Lite

Tue Dec 09 2008

DENX Computer Systems ships the new QONG EVB-Lite. Based on the i.MX31 CPU the board was developed as an extended version of the QONG processor module. The "heart" of the board consists by the QONG module itself; surrounded by a PCB extension that provides native connectors for most common I/O interfaces.
More information on the QONG EVB-Lite is available in our product page

Embedded Linux Development Kit 4.2 for ARM11

Tue Nov 25 2008

DENX today announced a new release of its Embedded Linux Development Kit (ELDK Release 4.2) for ARM processors. This new versions targets especially for ARM11 and other systems with hardware floating point support, like the Freescale i.MX31 or Samsung S3C6400 processors. Another important new feature is support for the Embedded Application Binary Interface (EABI) standard.

The DENX Embedded Linux Development Kit provides a complete and powerful software development environment for Embedded and Real-Time Systems:

All components of the ELDK are available as Free Software with complete source code under GPL and other Open Source licenses . The ELDK can be downloaded from the DENX FTP server and from several mirror sites. A mailing list for ELDK related discussion is available here.

SPS/IPC/DRIVES in Nuremberg

Wed Oct 23 2008

Please meet DENX at the OSADL booth

electronica 2008 Exhibition and Conference

25 - 27 November 2008, Nuremberg Trade Fair Centre, Hall 7A, Booth 610

electronica 2008 in Munich

Wed Aug 06 2008

Please meet DENX Computer Systems, DENX Software Engineering and AMCC at the
electronica 2008 Exhibition and Conference

11 - 14 November 2008, New Munich Trade Fair Centre, Hall A6, Booth 469

DENX Computer Systems signs Distribution Agreement for AMCC's Evaluation and Reference Platforms

Mon Nov 3 2008

DENX Computer Systems and Applied Micro Circuits Corporation (Nasdaq: AMCC ) today announced the establishment of a strategic partnership whereby DENX will distribute AMCCs PowerPC evaluation kits and reference design kits in Europe. The announcement is being made prior to the electronica 2008 trade fair in Munich where AMCC and DENX are exhibiting at the same booth. More information is available in our Hardware Web?....

Shipping now: ADS5121 Hardware Rev.4

Fri Aug 29 2008

DENX Computer Systems is happy to announce the ADS5121 evaluation board for the MPC5121 CPU in the new board revision 4 featuring the Rev.2 silicon. More information on the ADS5121 is available in our Hardware Web?.

MPlus5121 a multimedia system built on Freescale's MPC5121e

Wed Aug 13 2008

The MPlus5121 by Silicon Turnkey Express features Freescale's ADS512101 "Hellrosa" mainboard in a small Mini-ITX case. The system includes a solid state drive, SVGA 8.4 inch LCD with touch screen in a metal Media5200 button-style bezel. A Pelican shipping case protects complete system. More information on the MPlus5121 is available in our Hardware Web?.

Xenomai/SOLO - RTOS emulation for standard Linux

DENX Software Engineering is proud to announce Xenomai/SOLO, the new RTOS emulator that runs as a normal user-space application on a standard Linux kernel. Of course, when timing requirements have to be met, a real-time capable Linux kernel with the PREEMPT_RT support enabled should be used.

Philippe Gerum, the author of the code, writes:

Some weeks ago, I started laying the groundwork for porting the Xenomai emulators natively over the PREEMPT_RT kernel. Unlike the co-kernel based Xenomai version, SOLO does not require any kernel support from additional modules or patches. It is fully based on the standard POSIX library, and runs as a regular process controlled by a single image Linux kernel.

As a first step, a VxWorks emulator has just been rebuilt over this new framework.

This framework is not another window-dressing of the existing Xenomai 2.x core, but really something 100% redesigned and rewritten for running on a native real-time Linux implementation, while keeping the opportunity to adapt it back to a co-kernel system. At some point, I'd like to make both the native and co-kernel Xenomai incarnations converge on the basis of this new core interface for Xenomai 3, so that we would be able to share the APIs between them. In short, SOLO is a necessary intermediate step on the road to Xenomai 3.

This work has been co-sponsored by the OSADL and DENX Software Engineering.

For details, please see the README.

You can pull the whole code from git://www.denx.de/git/xenomai-solo.git resp. http://www.denx.de/git/xenomai-solo.git or browse it online.

Realtime Test Results and Getting Started with Xenomai

Mon Mar 17 2008

To demonstrate the realtime capabilities available with Xenomai on a typical Power Architecture® embedded platform we developed the gpioirqbench test setup measuring response times to external stimuli. The setup also works with RT preempt and "standard" Linux kernels allowing for easy comparison of the total system response times.

Geared for an easy start with Xenomai an Application Note describing in a cookbook style how to compile and run Xenomai with our Linux tree has been made available in our application notes area also.

Embedded Systems Conference Silicon Valley

Tue Mar 11 2008

ESC Silicon Valley 2008 Please meet DENX at the
Embedded Systems Conference Silicon Valley,
McEnery Convention Center San Jose, California,
Expo: April 15 - 17, Booth 2010 (with AMCC)

Hannover Fair 2008

Tue Mar 11 2008

Hannover Fair 2008 Please meet DENX at the
Application Park and International Congress
at the Hannover Fair 2008,
April 21 - 25, Hall 17, Booth D04 (with OSADL)

Installing Fedora 8 on PASemi PA6T based "Electra" Board

Thu Jan 17 2008

An Application Note describes in detail how to install the free Fedora Linux distribution on systems based on PASemi's PWRficient™ 1682M processors like the "Electra" Evaluation Kit.