LXer: "network multimedia co-processor" chip runs Linux
Published at LXer:
Standard Microsystems Corp. (SMSC) is sampling a highly integrated chip claimed to be the industry's first "network multimedia co-processor." The LAN9131 essentially adds a dedicated, Linux-based data-plane computer to existing and new device designs, enabling them to stream multiple high-definition (HD) channels over 100Mb/s Ethernet, according to the company.
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