Gemalto announced the Cinterion Concept Board for developers. The new board helps Java developers quickly get started creating applications for the Internet of Things (IoT). According to the company, the Cinterion Concept Board is the easiest and most cost effective way for anyone with an interest in M2M and the IoT to create solutions like remotely controlling the temperature of home thermostats. The Cinterion Concept Board will be available this month and can be pre-ordered now.
The OK2440-III is an ARM9 development board for the Samsung S3C2440 microprocessor (clocked to 533MHz). The OK2440 ARM9 development kit consists of a 6-layer core board and a 2-layer base board. It is ideal for embedded development training applications, industrial control equipment, and consumer electronics devices such as PDAs and PNDs (personal navigation devices). The OK2440-III development kit is available now for $82. Add-on parts available for the OK2440-III includes 3.5″ LCD, 4.3″ LCD, 5.6″ LCD, 7″ LCD, 8″ LCD, CMOS camera, WIFI, GPS, and GPRS.
SchmartBoard introduced the Texas Instruments Microcontroller Development SchmartModule. The suggested retail for the boards is $30. The single development board supports Texas Instruments’ ultra-low power MSP430, ARM Cortex-M3-based Stellaris and real-time control C2000 MCU platforms. During the month of July only, the product will be sold at the SchmartBoard website for $15.