Gumstix Supports Raspberry Pi Makers—Manufacturing fees waived for custom designs

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In a bold move to support makers around the world who want to build commercial grade electronics, Gumstix®, Inc., announced it will waive manufacturing fees on custom designs incorporating Raspberry Pi processor boards. This program, starting Pi Day, March 14th, and running through April 30th, will save customers $1,999 per design.

In honor of PiDay, Gumstix is waiving the $1999.00 manufacturing fee. Build a custom Raspberry Pi design with the Geppetto drag and drop web application.

“By reducing the manufacturing cost, Gumstix hopes to open a door for makers and help turn their innovations into reality," said W. Gordon Kruberg, M.D., head of Modular Hardware, Altium, LLC.

In a bold move to support makers around the world who want to build commercial-grade electronics, Gumstix®, Inc., announced it will waive manufacturing fees on custom designs incorporating Raspberry Pi processor boards. This program, starting Pi Day, March 14th, and running through April 30th, will save customers $1,999 per design.

“Gumstix created this program in recognition of the Raspberry Pi Foundation mission to put the power of computing and digital making into the hands of people all over the world,” said W. Gordon Kruberg, M.D., head of Modular Hardware, Altium, LLC. “By reducing the manufacturing cost, we hope to open a door for makers and help turn their innovations into reality.”

Visit gumstix.com for more information.

About Gumstix, Inc.
Gumstix manufactures bespoke computing hardware for intelligence in embedded devices and systems. Designed to meet the demands of the next generation IoT and Edge computing machine-learning applications, Gumstix modular hardware connects multiple networking capabilities, sensors, and components that are required for machine learning and deep-learning devices. For engineers developing devices from the iPhone to Mars satellites, Gumstix devices have been used by thousands of hardware engineers, software designers, and educators since 2004 in over 45 countries. Gumstix is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Altium.

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