We are happy to announce our first ARM port and support for RaspBerry Pi. More details at http://openelec.tv/component/k2/item/235-openelec-on-raspberry-pi-our-first-arm-device-supported
What is OpenELEC?
OpenELEC is an embedded operating system built specifically to run XBMC, the open source entertainment media hub. The idea behind OpenELEC is to allow people to user their Home Theatre PC (HTPC) like any other device you might have attached to your TV, like a DVD player or Sky box. Instead of having to manage a full operating system, configure it and install the packages required to turn it into a hybrid media center, OpenELEC is designed to be simple to install, manage and use, making it more like running a set-top box than a full-blown computer.
With builds for ION, AMD Fusion, Intel Core and AppleTV, OpenELEC is ideal for smaller systems as the lightweight footprint means that your machine's resources aren't wasted on the operating system. Additionally, support for Nvidia's ION, AMD Fusion, Intel VAAPI platform and Apple's Crystal HD chip means that high-definition content can be offloaded to supported graphics cards to allow low powered systems based on Intel's Atom processor to be effectively used as a media center base.
With supporting RasperryPI we have now our first working ARM port.