>We are currently looking for an embedded, low power (PowerPC?) SOC/SBC
>capable of (a) running Linux, (b) with integrated Ethernet transceiver
>and (c) support for either Bluetooth or 802.11b. Or simply a PCMCIA
>card slot. :-)
>It would be used inside a server, so that, upon being wirelessly
>instructed to do so, it would, via "normal" Ethernet, wake the server
>up using standard Wake-On-Lan.
>Can you give me a hint on where I might find such a device?
How about the TQM8xxL Embedded PowerPC Module?
See for instance http://www.denx.de.embedded-ppc-en.html :
MPC8xx Embedded PowerPC Controller
(MPC823, 850, 855 and 860 CPUs, all sub-types available)
up to 64 MB SDRAM
up to 8 MB on-board Flash
2 x serial port (or more), parallel port, I2C, SPI, USB
Ethernet, PCMCIA, LCD-/VGA-Controller (with TQM823L)
up to 2 x CAN-Bus Controllers
... and all that on just 54x44 mm2!
Software Engineering: Embedded and Realtime Systems, Embedded Linux
Phone: (+49)-8142-4596-87 Fax: (+49)-8142-4596-88 Web: www.denx.de
The software required `Windows 95 or better', so I installed Linux.