dave.taht at gmail.com
Tue Feb 17 13:21:52 EST 2015
I had fired them off an email a few days ago, it looked like very exciting
and a good base for further efforts into getting core bits of code finally
Assuming they reply sanely I plan to support their kickstarter, and I would
hope others here would too. I am not as broke as usual and was planning
on buying another zedboard, and will just send them that check instead.
I had already
assembled a similar set of stuff (zedboard, fmc 4 port card, netfpga´s DRR
implementation , the senic rate limiter ) - but lack time or funding
pursue that further.
These folk already are using a
much better 4 port chip for ethernet and seem to have assembled other
key pieces like pcie support, that make for building the "perfect" debloated
device all the more possible.
And their projected costs are about 1/20th what I would have expected to
do the same thing in the US for.
I have also realized that as much as I would like to be designing circuits
things like vivado have a steep learning curve. I really, really liked
though. So leveraging their efforts for future hardware work strikes me as
a very good idea...
On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 10:10 AM, JF Tremblay <
jean-francois.tremblay at viagenie.ca> wrote:
> Just came across this.
> Any thoughts about this platform? A bit pricey, and the wi-fi is an
> add-on. Based on Zynq 7030 dual-core.
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> Cerowrt-devel at lists.bufferbloat.net
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