Arrow enters into North America distribution agreement with ShiraTech
Sep 24, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
Arrow Electronics Inc., a provider of products, services and solutions to industrial and commercial users of electronic components and enterprise computing solutions, has entered into a North America distribution agreement with ShiraTech, a provider of ARM-based system-on-modules, or SoMs, that are embedded computers built on a single board.
In conjunction with ShiraTech, Arrow developed the AT-501 SoM, utilizing an Atmel SAMA5D3 ARM Cortex-A5-based Microprocessor. This combines high performance and low power consumption, with a range of peripheral support, used in developing mobile and battery-powered systems that require minimal energy usage.
Arrow's AT-501 helps companies shorten development cycles and focus on their own intellectual property. In addition to the processing unit, it comes with 256 MB DDR2 and flash memory, 1G Ethernet, an internal system clock, and a 200-pin SO-DIMM connector via which all the supported interfaces are available.
Arrow and ShiraTech have designated Timesys to provide a Linux-based board support package, available directly from Arrow Electronics. Timesys' award-winning LinuxLink suite of embedded Linux tools gives developers a simple way to design, build, deploy, debug, and maintain an embedded Linux BSP for the ShiraTech AT-501.
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