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"Gumstix makes it easy to design something ridiculous". said by a Gumstix customer in Spring 2011.
Gumstix customers have designed Gumstix technology into products for biometrics, remote data collection, instrumentation, location tracking, medical, access control, research, energy management and many more industries. The versatility of the tiny Gumstix COMs makes almost every idea possible.
Overo Fire COM, a tiny, ARM Cortex-A8 OMAP3530 based computer-on-module that communicates via 802.11g and Bluetooth, is low cost, high performance and production ready.
About the size of your smallest finger, this Gumstix COM acts like a full Linux computer that can run Angstrom, Android and much more.
Each Overo COM can be used as the brains behind a development project and can be kept in the design right into production.
Texas Instruments OMAP 3530 Applications Processor:
- ARM Cortex-A8 CPU
- C64x+ digital signal processor (DSP) core
- POWERVR SGX for 2D and 3D graphics acceleration
Every Gumstix COM connects onto a wide range of expansion boards via a pair of 70-pin connectors that bring out the signals for 10/100 Ethernet, SPI, USB Host, stereo audio, LCD panels and much more.
While Gumstix does not publish the schematic of the Overo COMs, the company makes the schematic of every expansion board available through creative commons license, making a custom design possible in record time.