The Nanode in an inexpensive development board with an ENC28J60 Ethernet chip and an Arduino. It does everything the Arduino does, and adds Internet-connectivity. It was featured extensively in our Homecamp4 coverage.
Recently the Nanode was nominated for best open source project in the Internet of Things Awards, along with the Arduino itself. The well-known and vastly popular Arduino is dominating the competition.
We’re trying to help get the Nano a few more votes because it makes use of the Arduino, but extends it to actually be part of the Internet of Things. If you’re interested in the Internet of Things, Nanode would appreciate your vote.