LinuxPR: Embedded Planet Creates PostPC-Era Computer with Embedded Linux from MontavistaFeb 01, 2000, 21:30 (0 Talkback[s])
"Cooperation of Talents in Hardware and Software Create a New Standard Desktop-Like Development Environment Now Available in the Embedded Marketplace."
"Embedded Planet today announced the availability of an embedded Linux development platform. The software development platform called Linux Planet integrates the company's RPX hardware and firmware with HardHat Linux from MontaVista. It dramatically shortens the time required to build embedded devices and makes it easier than ever to do so with standard hardware and software.
"Embedded Planet combined their computing engines, I/O modules, firmware and peripheral products into one solution, rugged enough for development but is ready for prototype or production use. These products are intended for integration into other products in a modular fashion, making them solutions for PostPC Era computing. The integration of the combined products creates a perfect platform for embedded Linux.
"Linux Planet will be on display in MontaVista's booth 165167 at LinuxWorld in New York, February 2-4, 2000.
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