[Arm-netbook] More Libre Hardware Getting Funded
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at lkcl.net
Fri May 5 14:43:20 BST 2017
On Fri, May 5, 2017 at 1:15 PM, Stefan Monnier <monnier at iro.umontreal.ca> wrote:
>> This is cool but a shame that they didnt contact Luke for using something
>> like the a20 or wait for the rk3388 so we could have more money leverage on
> The A20 comes with only 1 SATA port (and no other fast port, like PCIe
> or USB3) and it somehow saturates at 50MB/s when writing, so it's a poor
> choice for a NAS in general (it's usable, but not great). The RK3388
> doesn't even have SATA so it's an even worse choice for a NAS.
yehyeh - they're not designed for server-level applications, which is
great... because EOMA68 is not designed for server-level applications
honestly the router market being so saturated and also
low-cost-focussed (and specialist) i can't really imagine there being
even a *need* for a standards-driven design.
i am however going to be doing an EOMA68 router again: it will be
using the QCA9531. i'll start a new thread about this.
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