Inside the 96Boards Specification The Specification Goals Linaro Footprint SoCs and Price Points Memory Storage Networking Interfaces Displays and Cameras USB UARTs Audio Power Supplies and Power Measurement Expansion Connectors...
Linaro CEO discusses the new 96Boards initiative and Open Source Hardware. The goal of 96Boards is to provide an option for standardization of SoC boards for software developers, the maker community and embedded product manufacturers.
Linaro's CEO discusses activities from Q1 2014 including The announcement of five new members at Linaro Connect, Linaro's Armv8 work, LSK work and the latest Linux Foundation report
A look back at achievements in 2013 within Linaro and a look forward into 2014 goals. This blog looks at the progress Linaro has made in a short time with it's engineering efforts and the benefit that gives to it's members
Progress report on Linaroâs activities and plans for support of Armâs big.LITTLE SoCs with Linux and Android software.
Overview of the first quarter of Linaro in 2013 and how the Arm ecosystem and Linaro are growing.
Overview of new membership levels within Linaro as well as an update on big.LITTLE work at Linaro.
Overview on the lastest products that are supported by the Arm Ecosystem.
Discussion on how Linaro's work affects many segments other than mobile and enabling optimized hardware for a particular application, the software platforms required to drive them are becoming increasingly complex.
George Grey, our CEO, details the new Member-first strategy with Linaroâs in-kernel big.LITTLE Switcher functionality
George Grey discusses Linaro Member ROI in-depth
Linaro CEO gives an overview of the 2012 goals for Linaro.
Linaro CEO report on the activities within Linaro and with their partners. Overview of the 2011 accomplishments.
Discussion on where Linaro is going and the roadmap they have built that will benefit their members.
Discussion on the latest developments within Linaro
Differentiation and a Single Arm Linux Kernel- discussion on consolidating and optimizing Linux on Arm.
Update on the latest news from Linaro
Update on Linaro activities for July 2011
Linaro exists because our members understood that working together on common non-differentiating problems was far more cost effective than each working to solve those problems again and again. This month...
Earlier this month we held our Developer Summit in Budapest, alongside the Ubuntu Developer Summit. This was our biggest event yet, with around 200 Linaro-affiliated attendees. Thank you to everyone...