[News] [Linux] First of a Kind Wireless Access Point Runs Linux

[News] [Linux] First of a Kind Wireless Access Point Runs Linux

Post by Roy Schest » Thu, 14 Jun 2007 17:44:34


MIMO-enabled enterprise access point runs Linux

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| Bluesocket used Linux in what it claims to be the first
| enterprise-class wireless access point based on MIMO
| (multiple-input, multiple output) technology.
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http://www.yqcomputer.com/


Related:

Linux powers "world's first" GPON/GE-PON SoCs

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| Conexant claims to be sampling the "world's first" system-on-chip
| (SoC) processors for "GPON/GE-PON residential gateways"
| (gigabit/gigabit Ethernet passive optical networking). The
| "Xenon-IIIG" GPON and "Xenon-IIIE" GE-PON chips come with
| Linux, and support both FTTH and FTTN (fiber-to-the-home/node
| applications, Conexant said.
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http://www.yqcomputer.com/


The World's First Mobile Linux Development Kit (MKit) is now available

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| Unicon Systems, a Linux handheld software and hardware technology
| developer from Menlo Park, California, will start shipping its Mobile
| Linux Development Kit (MKitTM) this week.
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http://www.yqcomputer.com/
http://www.yqcomputer.com/


Claimed-first Core Duo AMC runs Linux

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| Mercury Computer Systems is sampling what it claims to be
| the first AMC (advanced mezzanine card) based on Intel's
| Core Duo processor. Mercury also says its AXA-100, which
| is available with Linux, "doubles the compute resource
| available in an AMC form factor."
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http://www.yqcomputer.com/