AMCC today released a new 405EP reference board. In a break with the long-standing tradition of naming 4xx reference boards after trees, they call this one “Taihu,” which is apparently a lake in China. (Perhaps not uncoincidentally, this system was made for AMCC by Beijing UD Technology Co., Ltd.) The board contains an assortment of low-end IO, comes with U-boot and a Linux 2.6 kernel in flash, and ships with full schematics. It costs only $750, which is quite inexpensive for reference boards (which never see high volumes of sales).

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