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=== [[RMI SOC|RMI]] ===
 
=== [[RMI SOC|RMI]] ===
=== [[SB SOC|Sibyte]] (Broadcom) ===
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=== [[WavePlus SOC|WavePlus]] ===

Latest revision as of 13:31, 15 May 2006

Single Board Computers

Note: This is a very much a stub.

AdmTek

AMD

Au1100

333, 400, 500MHz -- (Dual USB 1.1, LCD controller, AC'97 controller, IrDA controller, and 3 UARTs in chip)
Bright Star Engineering's picoEngine 
Laptop DIMM-sized, with SDRAM, Flash, and Ethernet PHY (without magnetics) onboard.
Cogent Computer's CSB650 
45 x 66 x 9mm, with SDRAM, Flash, Ethernet PHY (magnetics?), AC'97 codec, JTAG, and battery charge controller onboard.
DSP Design's Aurora Family 
85.4 x 63.8mm, with SDRAM, Flash, Ethernet PHY (no magnetics), touch screen controller, keypad controller, Compact Flash socket and AC'97 codec onboard.

Au1200

333, 400, 500MHz -- (Dual USB 2.0, LCD controller, MPEG1, 2, 4 and WMV9 acceleration, AC'97 controller, and 2 UARTs in chip)
DSP Design's Athena 
114 x 164mm, with DDR SDRAM, Flash, Ethernet connector, touchscreen controller, IDE interface, Compact Flash socket, and AC'97 codec onboard.

Au1500

333, 400, 500MHz -- (USB Host/Device, Dual Ethernet, PCI controller, AC'97 controller, and 2 UARTs in chip)
Cogent Computer's CSB655 
45 x 66 x 9mm, with DDR SDRAM, Flash, Ethernet PHY, and AC'97 codec onboard.

Analog

ATI

Broadcom

NEC

Realtek

RMI

Sibyte / Broadcom

Toshiba

WavePlus