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LinuxDevices: Wind River's Next Embedded Linux Step: Development

Dec 09, 2003, 08:30 (1 Talkback[s])

"Wind River officially entered the embedded Linux market on October 3rd of this year, in an announcement that rocked the embedded Linux world, given Wind River's past history of deprecating Linux and the GPL. At that time, the company launched hardware bring-up tools for embedded Linux, describing the move as 'just the first step' in a broader strategic shift toward Linux.

"Wind River took another step last week, when it announced that it has been working with the Eclipse Consortium for some time, and is readying development tools based on the Eclipse open platform for cross-vendor tools integration. In just two years, the Eclipse platform has seen widespread adoption from multiple embedded Linux vendors, including TimeSys and MontaVista, and from other embedded OS vendors, such as QNX..."

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