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TI OMAP 5 gains embedded Linux support

Feb 26, 2013  |  Rick Lehrbaum
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Adeneo Embedded has announced new embedded Linux and embedded Android support for developers of industrial devices based on TI’s OMAP 5 SoC (system-on-chip) platform.

The company’s OMAP 5 support offering includes BSPs (board support packages), drivers, application development, performance optimization, and system integration.

TI’s OMAP 5, an ARM Cortex-A15 based platform, features dual CortexM4 cores, an integrated DSP, and various on-chip accelerators. The platform targets high-performance and real-time processing of analytics as well as accelerated graphics and multimedia applications.



ARM Cortex-A15 architecture
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Adeneo Embedded provides system integration, design, support and training services to companies seeking world-class expertise in embedded solutions using high-performance architectures. For over 10 years, Adeneo Embedded has helped clients, in all stages of development; create profitable, feature-rich products that incorporate software and hardware solutions based on Embedded Linux, Android, QNX and the Windows Embedded platforms.

Learn more about TI’s OMAP 5 processors here. Further details regarding Adeneo Embedded’s OEM services are available on the company’s website.
 

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