[web-team] CONFIRMED: gumstix at SVLUG in November

Bill Kendrick nbs at sonic.net
Tue Oct 26 18:42:43 PDT 2004


Hello Webmasterly folks!  gumstix has confirmed that they can come speak
at next week's SVLUG meeting.  Can you please update the website?

Here's some blurb to use about the company and their products:

Topic: gumstix low-cost Linux devices
Speaker: Gordon Kruberg, Founder & CEO, gumstix, Inc.

    gumstix, Inc. creates the world's smallest commercially available
    Linux boards and computers.  Their devices are based on Intel's PXA255
    processor with Xscale technology (also used in high-end PDAs and
    smartphones), measure only 20mm x 80mm x 8mm -- the size of a stick
    of gum -- and cost as low as $109.  gumstix boards provide GPIO pins,
    serial ports, USB 1.1 client, an MMC flash memory card slot, and
    an I2C bus.

    Their's are among the first single board computers (SBCs) shipping with
    the new Linux 2.6 kernel, with its fully pre-emptible, multi-threading
    capabilties.

    Gordon Kruberg, Founder & CEO, founded, financed, and played
    operating and strategic executive roles in over 30 startups and
    venture-capital backed companies.  He holds an A.B. degree
    in Human Biology, a M.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from
    Stanford University and an M.D. degree from Northwestern University.


Thanks!

-bill!




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