Designed to serve as a low-cost web appliance for PC/104 applications, ipLINK development board is driven by a 30 MHz processor and is fully programmable using Dynamic C, which includes an editor, compiler and debugger. With the board, users are promised to achieve fast evaluation and development of their web-enabled products.The ipLINK allows code to be downloaded to flash or SRAM, with I/O implemented via three RS-232 ports, one RS-485, 21 digital I/O ports, and a 10 BaseT Ethernet interface. And with the company's Dynamic C software, designers gain TCP/IP capabilities, including socket-level TCP and UDP, ICMP, HTTP, SMTP, FTP and TFTP. Other features include sample demo programs that include HTTP web server and SMTP mail client. PARVUS CORP., Salt Lake City, UT. (801) 483-1533.