Features a new Cavium ECONA CNS3420 Dual Core ARM11 SoC processor
Gateworks, a provider of OEM computer offerings, has unveiled Laguna Network Platform, a new line of network computer boards.
The company said that the new GW2388 features a new Cavium ECONA CNS3420 Dual Core ARM11 SoC processor operating at 600MHz, 128Mbytes of DDRII-400 DRAM, and 20Mbytes of Flash.
Peripherals consist of four high-power Type III Mini-PCI sockets, two 10/100/1Gb Base-TX Ethernet ports with IEC-6100-2/4/5 ESD, and a Micro SD Flash socket for on-board storage expansion.
The high-power Mini-PCI sockets allow the board to support any combination of 802.11abg/n radios, WiMAX radios and other Mini-PCI peripherals, while an optional Mini-PCI adapter is available for 3G CDMA/GSM modems and PCI Express Mini Card support.
In addition, the GW2388 consists Gateworks System Controller (GSC) battery-backed microcontroller, and is configured with an on-board GPS receiver, dual high speed USB 2.0 host ports and a SATA port.
The company said that the first member, the GW2388, is aimed for next generation high performance multi-radio wireless access points, WiMax Pico base stations, Mesh networks, backhauls, 3G routers, repeaters, VPN appliances and network attached storage devices.