The Witech OK6410 ARM11 development kit features the Samsung S3C6410 microprocessor (clocked to 667MHz), 256MB DDR ram, and 1GB NAND Flash. The OK6410-CORE targets industrial control equipments, vehicle navigation devices, multi-media terminal, and consumer electronic devices. The Witech OK6410 supports Embedded Linux, WindowsCE, Android, VxWorks, and uCos/II. An ARM11 SoM (System on Module) is connected to the OK6410 carrier board by a 320p gilded anti-oxidative connector. Once programmed, the SoM can be detached from the carrier board and inserted like a big chip into test beds, prototypes, and production units for OEM deployment.
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.
Broadcom’s Crystal HD technology will be available to OEMs working on video playback on the new Intel Atom processor platform for netbooks. The Broadcom BCM70015 Crystal HD solution will be offered as an option for OEMs designing netbooks using the Intel Atom processor N450 and Intel NM10 Express chipset platform. Crystal HD technology provides netbook users with a rich multimedia experience by enabling cost effective, quality playback of multi-format, high definition (HD) video. Crystal HD will be featured on 2010 netbook platforms from top-tier OEMs such as Asus, Dell and Samsung.