InfoWorld: MontaVista ports Linux to IBM PowerPC 405GP processorApr 12, 2000, 07:20 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Embedded Linux developer MontaVista Software has ported its version of the open-source operating system to IBM's recently released PowerPC 405GP processor, company officials announced Tuesday...."
"The PowerPC 405GP chip features a number of embedded peripherals, including on-board Ethernet capabilities, a PCI bus interface and on-chip SRAM (static RAM)."
"Although the end-user is largely unaware what operating system embedded devices are running, porting to a processor architecture that is popular among appliance makers can give embedded software companies a strong entry into the market."
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