LinuxPR: MontaVista's Hard Hat Linux Embedded In World's First Standalone Internet RadioFeb 07, 2000, 23:10 (0 Talkback[s])
"Embedded Linux Proving Ideal for "Post-PC" Internet Appliances."
"MontaVista Software Inc., developer of the Hard Hat(TM) Linux® operating system for embedded computers, today announces that Hard Hat Linux is the software engine for the world's first standalone Internet radio. Cupertino, Calif.-based Kerbango, Inc. developed the Internet radio for accessing Web-based streaming audio without a PC. The announcement was made as Kerbango unveiled its Internet radio at the DEMO 2000 conference, an annual forum showcasing the year's most exciting new products and technologies."
"MontaVista software is privileged to be Kerbango's preferred supplier for embedded Linux," says MontaVista Software President and CEO Jim Ready, a pioneer in real-time embedded operating systems. "With its wealth of networking software, Linux is naturally accompanying the Internet revolution as the host to applications like Internet-enabled multi-media, SOHO appliances and home network gateways. Kerbango's Internet radio is an outstanding example of a post-PC device with 'Linux Inside'."
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