They could pull an Atheros and hire several of the core open-source driver developers to their own team. Linux support for Atheros chipsets has been phenomenal ever since.
I use Netflix primarily, but my MythTV box picks up everything else over-the-air that Netflix won't carry.
...for CPUs to multiply incorrectly when their voltage get pulsed? It seems like you could solve this problem with a good voltage regulator. Something that resets the CPU if the voltage falls/rises to a point that would cause calculation errors.
Why not just use something that's already available, like a RouterStation or Microtik RB433? The RouterStation's cheaper than Marvell's wart, too.