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* [http://www.qualcomm.com Qualcomm] - makes multicore ARM [http://www.qctconnect.com/products/mobile-processors.html MSM] products that support Linux
 
* [http://www.qualcomm.com Qualcomm] - makes multicore ARM [http://www.qctconnect.com/products/mobile-processors.html MSM] products that support Linux
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** Their [http://www.qctconnect.com/products/snapdragon.html Snapdragon] platform provides a 1GHz ARM core and advanced DSP.
  
 
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Revision as of 01:02, 7 April 2009

This page has a list of the companies or organizations that make processors or boards for embedded products. If you are looking for companies who sell Linux software or Linux-related services, see the Vendors page. If you are looking for companies who sell end-user products based on Linux, see Companies. If you are looking for information about specific development boards, see Category:Development Boards

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  • Broadcom - makes ARM chips for mobile phone market

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  • Freescale Semiconductor - Wikipedia entry
    • Freescale makes the MX31 ARM11-based processor (and associated development boards), among others.
    • Freescale makes several PPC-based processors (and associated development boards) as well.

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  • Gumstix sells various very small processor and add-on boards. Especially interesting for robotics related projects.

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  • NEC - makes ARM chips, used to make lots of MIPS chips

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  • Qualcomm - makes multicore ARM MSM products that support Linux
    • Their Snapdragon platform provides a 1GHz ARM core and advanced DSP.

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  • Samsung - makes ARM processors
  • Sunplus is a company specialising in chips for multimedia and mobile applications. One of their interesting chips is the Sunplus SPMP3050A which is used in MP4 players.

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