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Linaro launches 96Boards.org for open hardware ARM SBCs | LinuxGizmos

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10 February 2015



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“Linaro, the ARM-backed not-for-profit engineering organization that has aimed to standardize open source Linux and Android software for Cortex-A processors, is now trying to do the same thing for hardware. Linaro, which is owned by ARM and many of its top system-on-chip licensees, has launched 96Boards.org, a cross between a single board computer hacker community and an x86-style hardware standards organization.”

Source: linuxgizmos.com

Linaro’s press release is here:

http://www.linaro.org/news/linaro-announces-96boards-initiative-accelerate-arm-software-development/

 

More information is available from 96Boards.org:

https://www.96boards.org

 

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