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Beagle Board, uses low-power Texas Instruments processors with an ARM Cortex-A8 core; runs Angstrom Linux
IGEPv2, an ARM OMAP 3-based board designed and manufactured by ISEE in Spain. Its expansion boards are also open-source.
OLinuXino, designed with KiCAD by OLIMEX Ltd in Bulgaria
Panda Board, a variation of the Beagle Board
Rascal, an ARM based Linux board that works with Arduino shields, with a web server that includes an editor for users to program it in Python. Hardware design files released under the Creative Commons BY-SA license.
Minimig – a re-implementation of an Amiga 500 using a field-programmable gate array (FPGA).
PC532, a personal computer design released in 1990, based on the NS32532 microprocessor
Novena, a notebook computer that uses a 1.2 GHz quad-core Freescale processor closely coupled with a Xilinx FPGA
VIA OpenBook, a netbook case design released by VIA Technologies
Ben NanoNote, a palmtop PC based on the MIPS architecture
Openmoko, a smartphone containing a single-board computer equipped with a GSM/UMTS modem
Simputer, a handheld computer released in 2002
Ethernut, embedded Ethernet adapters
IOIO, a board that allows Android applications to interface with external electronics
PLAICE, a device that combines a flash memory programmer, in-circuit emulation, and a multichannel logic analyzer. It runs uClinux.
Tinkerforge, a platform comprising stackable microcontrollers for interfacing with sensors and other I/O devices
Twibrigh RONJA, a 10 Mbit/s full duplex FSO wireless optical network adapter from 2001
Amber is an ARM-compatible 32-bit RISC processor. Amber implements the ARMv2 instruction set.
LEON, a 32-bit, SPARC-like CPU created by the European Space Agency
OpenSPARC, a series of open-source microprocessors based on the UltraSPARC T1 and UltraSPARC T2 multicore processor designs
ZPU, a small, portable CPU core with a GCC toolchain. It is designed to be compiled targeting FPGA
RISC-V, a RISC ISA that originated in 2010 at the University of California, Berkeley
J-Core, an implementation of the SuperH with some extensions
Bug Labs, a US technology company that began by developing and selling open-source hardware peripherals for rapid prototyping of electronics
M-Labs, developers of the Milkymist system on a chip
Open Compute Project, an organization for sharing designs of data center products among companies
Open Graphics Project, a project that aims to design a standard open architecture for graphics cards
OpenCores, a loose community of designers that supports open-source cores (logic designs) for CPUs, peripherals and other devices. OpenCores maintains an open-source on-chip interconnection bus specification called Wishbone
OpenRISC is a group of developers working to produce a very-high-performance open-source RISC CPU.
Open-source computing hardware Wikipedia
Open-source computing hardware comprises computers and computer components with an open design. They are designed as open-source hardware using open-source principles.