LinuxPlanet: The Scoop on Gelato: Intel & Free Standards Group to Join
Jul 15, 2004, 19:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The Gelato Federation, an industry consortium dedicated to
advancing Itanium, is looking at adding about a dozen new member
organizations by the end of this year, including Intel and the Free
Standards Group. Meanwhile, in one of Gelato's open source
projects, members are producing an IA-64 version of Eclipse, said
Mark K. Smith, Ph.D, managing director of the federation.
"Housed at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
Gelato was established early in 2002, spearheaded by
Hewlett-Packard as founding sponsor and seven founding members from
around the globe.
"'Gelato was kind of HP's brainchild. Yet we are an independent
group, and we're now in the process of recruiting more funders,'
noted Smith, who first came to Gelato later in 2002, after initial
organizational underpinnings had been set..."