TechWeb: Vendors Establish Embedded Linux ConsortiumMar 09, 2000, 22:40 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mo Krochmal)
"Nearly 50 companies on Thursday announced the formation of the Embedded Linux Consortium, a trade group addressing the growing use of the Linux operating system on embedded devices."
"The ELC provides a valuable resource in advancing the growing use of Linux in embedded applications, an area where Linux can provide enormous benefit," said Linus Torvalds, the creator of the highly popular open source computer operating system that evolved out of Unix...."
"The consortium includes IBM, Motorola, and Red Hat. Lehrbaum said he expects the organization to quickly grow to 100 companies."