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Development & Wireless Connectivity Board

Debuts at $39


San Francisco – Date June 4, 2007 - Packing power and performance on a onetwo-by-two three inch foot-print, the Wireless ARMmite development and wireless connectivity board features a 32-bit processor and embedded communication protocols for delivering wireless communications on the Bluetooth and Zigbee frequencyprotocols.  The Wireless ARMmite is available now for $39 at 

 “We develop and build software and board for factory floor engineers, enthusiasts and hobbyists building one-of-kind and time critical prototypes, quick production management fixes, and small volume applications.  Developing with Wireless ARMmite buyers can drive the functionality, utility and value of their work and keep their up-front costs down.” said Bruce Eisenhard, CEO, Coridium Corp.Acting CEO and Director of Engineering.

Performance Advantage

Connecting from the PC using a USB or wireless port, ARMmite users create code using their BASIC programs.  The programming is processed at a rate of more than 10 million instructions per second, and compiled according to ARM instructions consistently delivering the performance value comparable to applications written in C.




Features and Benefits

The ARMmite provides 12K for user code, 6K for variables and a 20K library supporting SP1SPI, 12C, 1-Wire, and ASYNC protocols.  Users download their programming to the computer board.

The company’s flagship product, ARMexpress controller, offers industrial-standard form factor with 16 digital I/O, and easy-to-use BASIC interface.  A Brazilian company is currently purchasing from Coridium pre-programmed CPUs with ARMbasic for development of its version of the product. 

“We are meeting the specific develop needs of our electronic professionals, hobbyists and students.  From our ARM forums I could see they lagged in adopting ARM and needed an application development program that reduced the learning curve.  Our partnership with Coridium enables us to help this market get up and running, and to fill this important market niche” President Michael Wisintainer, BASICEVER – Brasil says,

            Coridium Corp. Director of Engineering Bruce Eisenhard, winner of a Consumer Electronic Show design award for a video-editing product, notes “We’re creating solutions for programmers that enable them to develop applications using their web browsers and text editors, the tools they use everyday. The programming language is simple and can be learned in an afternoon.” 


Coridium Corp headquarters are based Tahoe Vista, CA. It can be reached byCA.  Contact:   telephone at 800-478-9020, fax 800-478-99020, or byand e-mail at at