EETimes: LynuxWorks unveils embedded Linux OSAug 10, 2000, 23:26 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Charles J. Murray)
"LynuxWorks Inc. is ready to roll out the most recent version of its Linux-based operating system, and the first since its merger with ISD Corp. late last month. The new software, to be unveiled Monday (Aug. 14) at LinuxWorld Expo, offers compatibility with microprocessor cores from ARM and Hitachi, as well as Motorola PowerPC and Intel Pentium processors. It also solidifies LynuxWorks' entry into the Linux market by building on the merger to spread its technology among more embedded applications."
"LynuxWorks engineers say that the new operating system, known as BlueCat Linux 3.0, will serve as a foundation that ultimately could take Linux into new territory, including mission-critical applications in military and aerospace, as well as in printers and other low-end consumer products. Up to now, Linux has primarily been applied in Web servers and firewall servers, but has yet to spread itself into a broader array of embedded applications."
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