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Adeneo Embedded announces Android Marshmallow Beta BSPs for Sitara processors

July 5, 2016 -- Adeneo Embedded, a global company in embedded software integration and development, announced the development of Android Marshmallow Beta BSPs for the Sitara AM437x and AM335x processor platforms from Texas Instruments (TI).

TI’s Sitara AM437x processor, based on the ARM Cortex A9 core, is designed with integrated peripherals, and low-power architectures. The AM437x SK platform enables developers to start evaluating the AM437x processor family (AM4376, AM4377, AM4378 and AM4379 processors) while the BeagleBone Black provides a platform to start evaluation of Sitara ARM Cortex A8 AM335x processors.

Software components that are supported in this release include but are not limited to: Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 release from Google, Android Linux Kernel 4.1, Android GCC toolchain 4.8, Bootloader (U-Boot), SGX OpenGL ES driver and Libraries DDK v1.10. The AM437x Android Marshmallow BSP also supports Bluetooth and Wi-Fi through the integration of Texas Instruments WiLink 8 combo-connectivity solution.

Adeneo Embedded has been in collaboration with TI for the Sitara AM335x, the AM437x as well as the newest Texas Instruments platform, the AM57x with Android Lollipop BSP. Adeneo Embedded has the continued opportunity to build Sitara application development on the latest CPU.
 

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