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LinuxPR: Indrema Will Bring Linux To TV

Mar 15, 2000, 19:10 (1 Talkback[s])

"The Linux movement has taken a leap forward today with the announcement of Indrema, a new consumer electronics company specializing in open source digital products for home entertainment. Using the Linux operating system, enhanced by a set of open source multimedia standards such as the Direct Rendering Infrastructure, the new OpenStream video architecture, and Mesa 3D compatible graphics components, Indrema plans to turn the consumer electronics industry on its head. By leveraging an open source operating system and graphics API set, the company intends to open up third party development opportunities in the consumer video and gaming markets for home entertainment."

"Indrema is currently working on the production of their first entertainment console based on Linux, DRI, Mesa 3D and OpenStream, an open source DRI-enabled video architecture for Linux developed by Indrema, Precision Insight and other members of the open source community..."

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