ESPRESSObin in mainline Linux

What does mainline imply? It means that a supported platform, or in ESPRESSObin’s case the Armada 3700 dual-core SoC, can be booted directly, that is, without requiring any additional patches. This state is achieved through several irrefutable qualities of a platform being supported in mainline by the Linux kernel, most notably the quality, scalability and reduced time-to-market which … Continued

ESPRESSObin Kickstarter campaign

Kickstarter campaign for Marvell ESPRESSObin board by Globalscale was launched in October 2016 aiming to fund the development of a Marvell ARM 64-bit SoC: the Armada 3700. The ESPRESSObin Board is a low-cost, high-performance 64-bit dual core networking computing platform aimed at a variety of use cases and applications, the focus being placed on networking, … Continued

ESPRESSObin shipping start

The Marvell ESPRESSObin board, a successful Kickstarter campaign by Globalscale Technologies, is set to begin shipping at the beginning of January to all Kickstarter Early Bird pledgers. The Early Bird package features dual core ARMv8 ESPRESSObin base units from the 1st production run with a price of $39 plus shipping. All board packages will ship … Continued

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