“Appologize to delay the Cello board again. We produced 10PCS samples on sencond-stage in July and sent to Linaro and AMD to debug. Still the problem is on the PCIE connector. The PCIE power rails, clock, reset signal and tx lane are all work, but only the rx lane can not get the signals. All other functions on Cello are now working well.
We already have all the components stocked in our warehouse and waite the PCIE problem to be solved, then we can begin mass production.
We also have prepared 50PCS free heat sink with fans for the first 50 orders.
Thanks for your support again.”
See There’s Still No Sign Of AMD’s Low-Cost ARM Development BoardsThey were promised by June, but there’s one last bug being hunted down. It’s a biggy, PCI-e not fully functional, but it’s well-defined and soluble as long as they don’t have to make new chips… I need PCI-e for my RAID array which is now being tested on Beast III.
So, I’ll have to decide whether to buy some more Odroid-C2s this month or an imminent Cello. Decisions. Decisions. In the meantime, grouse season approaches. 😉