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Re: I need fast ARM Hardware for native compile

On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 05:27:23PM +0100, Michelle Konzack wrote:
> Sorry for the PM Lennart!

They happen.

> Am 2010-01-13 10:47:24, schrieb Lennart Sorensen:
> > http://www.globalscaletechnologies.com/t-openrdcdetails.aspx
> Cool, they are using the ORIGINAL Reference Desing from Marvel...

I think they are the ones building the reference boards for marvel.

> It is nearly exatly the same, what the Marvel representant which I  have
> met  in 2009 @AVNET-MEMEC in  Strasbourg  told  me.  I  have  the  whole
> schematics and layout at home...
> > Connect an eSATA drive and you get nice performance (unlike the slowpoke
> > cpu intensive USB drives).
> Unfortunately it support only 1 SATA...

Well better than no SATA ports (like the plug).

> > Same CPU as the sheevaplug too.  Seems like a much more useful device
> > than the plug really.
> 1+
> But I am thinking on such Microcontroller with two  attached  PLX/Oxford
> OXUFS936QSE which are 4-Channel SATA Port-Multiplier supporting Raid-0/5
> Up to 8 SATA drives in total...  Would be a nice Killer-Server!

That would be a neat device.

Doesn't it have PCI as well?  Perhaps a PCI slot... :)

Len Sorensen

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