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A Kickstarter for a low cost Marvell ARM64 board

At the beginning of October a Kickstarter campaign was launched to fund the development of a low-cost board based on one of the latest Marvell ARM 64-bit SoC: the Armada 3700. While being under $50, the board would allow using … Continue reading

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Yocto project and OpenEmbedded training updated to Krogoth

Continuing our efforts to keep our training materials up-to-date we just refreshed our Yocto project and OpenEmbedded training course to the latest Yocto project release, Krogoth (2.1.1). In addition to adapting our training labs to the Krogoth release, we improved our … Continue reading

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Free Electrons contributes to KernelCI.org

The Linux kernel is well-known for its ability to run on thousands of different hardware platforms. However, it is obviously impossible for the kernel developers to test their changes on all those platforms to check that no regressions are introduced. … Continue reading

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2016 Q1 newsletter

This article was published on our quarterly newsletter. The Free Electrons team wishes you a Happy New Year for 2016, with many new bits to enjoy in your life! Free Electrons is happy to take this opportunity to share some … Continue reading

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2015 Q2 newsletter

This article was published on our quarterly newsletter. Free Electrons working on the $9 computer! NextThing Co, a company based in Oakland, California, made the news in the last months by starting a successful crowdfunding campaign to develop a $9 … Continue reading

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Free Electrons at the Embedded Linux Conference Europe

The Embedded Linux Conference Europe will take place on October 13-15 in Düsseldorf, Germany. As usual, a large part of the Free Electrons engineering team will participate to the conference, with no less than 7 engineers: Alexandre Belloni, Boris Brezillon, … Continue reading

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2014 Q2 newsletter

This article was published on our quarterly newsletter. Free Electrons is happy to share some news about the latest training and contribution activities of the company. Free Electrons continued to contribute significantly to the Linux kernel, and specifically improvements to … Continue reading

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Free Electrons welcomes Boris Brezillon and Antoine Ténart

We are happy to announce that our engineering team has recently welcomed two new embedded Linux engineers: Boris Brezillon and Antoine Ténart. Boris and Antoine will both be working from the Toulouse office of the company, together with Maxime Ripard … Continue reading

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Free Electrons at Embedded World 2014, Nuremberg, Germany

Embedded World is the world’s largest trade show about embedded systems. In 2013, it attracted around 900 exhibitors, over 22,000 visitors and almost 1,500 congress participants. This year, Free Electrons will be represented by our CEO Michael Opdenacker. This should … Continue reading

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Free Electrons at FOSDEM and at the Buildroot Developers Meeting

This week-end is the first week-end of February, which on the schedule of all open-source developers is always booked for a major event of our community: the FOSDEM conference in Brussels. With several hundreds of talks over two days, this … Continue reading

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