LSI and Wind River have announced a "multi-year strategic partnership" for Wind River Linux on LSI's Axxia Communication Processors (ACP) product line. The ACP
family is based on IBM's 476FP cores, and are aimed at networking applications.
The ACP3448, available now, contains four cores, a number of networking offload engines, and is supposed to handle 20Gbps of some sort of traffic. In addition to Wind River Linux, Wind River is also offering VxWorks and an Eclipse IDE, and ENEA OSE support is also available.
See also www.penguinPPC.org.