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OLIMEX open-source hardware made in Bulgaria @Olimex #OHM2019 #oshwa @ohsummit #opensource #opensourcehardware @opensourceorg @adafruit

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Bulgaria based OLIMEX has been one of the most prolific and inspiring open-source hardware manufacturers in our community. For well over 10+ years OLIMEX has not only designed, shipped, and shared open-source hardware, they have started specific advanced open-source efforts from open-source laptops to more recently, open-source IP cameras.

From the OLIMEX about page

Olimex Ltd is a leading provider for development tools and programmers for embedded market.

The company has 28 years experience in designing, prototyping and manufacturing printed circuit boards, sub-assemblies, and complete electronic products.
We are established in 1991 in Plovdiv - the second largest city in Bulgaria.

We have extensive knowledge in analog, digital, and microcontroller design, and we offer our own-designed development boards, programmers and emulators for rapid prototyping ARM, AVR, MSP430, MAXQ and PIC microcontrollers.

Olimex is recognized as an approved Third Party Hardware Developer by Texas Istruments Inc., Maxim Integrated, Atmel Inc., NXP Inc., ST Microelectronics Inc., IAR Systems AB, Cirrus Logic Inc., OKI Semiconductor Inc, Energy Micro Inc., Microchip Inc. and we have over 30,000 active customer accounts who regularly use our services for electronic boards development and prototyping. Our design capabilities are backed by our own PCB prototype production and assembly facility, so all designs made by us are created with Design-For-Manufacturing in mind – which guarantees that they are optimized for reliability and provide cost-effective solutions for our customers.

The company’s 5,000 sq.m. production buildings are situated on our 10,000 sq.m. property.

Check out OLinuXino – Open Source Hardware Boards

OLinuXino are series of powerful Linux-enabled Open Source Software and Open Source Hardware  boards, designed and manufactured by Olimex LTD. Boards from the OLinuXino family can be manufactured with components suitable for  operation in either industrial (-40+85)C or commercial (0-70)C temerpature range. Different OLinuXino boards use processors from different manufacturers – Allwinner, Freescale, etc. OLinuXino boards are completely open source and you have access to all the CAD files and sources and you can reuse them for your own personal or commercial projects. This brings security to your business, you own everything and have control. There are NO restrictions for manufacturing and selling our designs or boards in your own applications. 

OLIMEX had an open-source hardware month event too!

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OLIMEX made an open-source laptop. TERES-I is do it yourself (DIY) free open-source hardware (FOSH) and free open-source software (FOSS) laptop kit. Ready-to-assemble using the instructions provided. KiCAD FOSS software is used to design all the hardware, schematics and board files available on their GitHub pages.

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And recently, OLIMEX started worked on a new IP Camera OSHW board.


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