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Colibri T20 Linux Image V1.1 Production Release Now Available


Wednesday, December 5, 2012

LinuxWe are pleased to announce version V1.1 production release of the Colibri T20 Linux BSP for our Colibri T20 NVIDIA Tegra 2-based ARM computer on module family.No issues were found during our internal testing or reported by customers with version V1.1 Beta 2.

Further SPI and CAN support in our Windows CE Libraries


Wednesday, December 5, 2012

LibraryWe have added two new libraries for Windows CE in support of our Colibri PXA and T20 Computer on Module families. SPIDMALib provides for communication through the on-chip SPI interfaces at speeds of up to 26Mhz for the PXA and up to 54Mhz for the T20 with DMA support for bi-directional data transfer.

ARM Symposium 2012 in Bangalore


Wednesday, December 5, 2012

On the 5thNovember, several engineers from our India office attended the ARM Symposium 2012 in Bangalore. They showcased our Colibri family of computer on module products, and gave many visitors an overview of Toradex as a key provider of embedded ARM computer modules.

Windows CE Libraries for the Colibri Computer on Module family now Free of Charge


Wednesday, December 5, 2012

LibraryToradex has announced that the binary versions of it’s Windows CE Libraries for their Colibri PXAxxx & T20 Computer on Module families are now available free of charge.

Toradex Hosted by Intemo at Bits and Chips Embedded Systems


Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Icon for CalendarOn November 8th, we have been present at the Bits and Chips Embedded Systems event in the Netherlands. Toradex was hosted in the booth of one of our customers – Intemo.

Cloud Library Available for Download


Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Cloud LibraryThe Toradex Cloud Library is now available for download from the Developer Website. CloudLib allows access to parts of the Amazon Webs Services (AWS) platform.

RTECC Events in Seattle and Vancouver


Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Icon for CalendarToradex attracted the crowds at the RTECC shows in Seattle, USA and Vancouver, Canada earlier this month.

News From OpenRelief Project


Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Environmental MonitoringAs previously announced, Toradex is proud to be supporting OpenRelief – a project formally launched back in June at LinuxCon Japan. The OpenRelief aircraft, constructed from open source software and off-the-shelf components ...