"Trolltech today announced plans to provide a complete graphical
user interface (GUI) solution to hardware manufacturers using NEC
Electronics' VR Series 64-bit MIPS RISC microprocessors.
Qt/Embedded, Trolltech's GUI application framework for embedded
Linux, has been adapted to run on NEC's evaluation boards featuring
the VR4100 family of processors. The VR4100 processors' high
speed, low power consumption and high integration make them ideal
for use in portable handheld systems. In addition, these
microprocessors provide stability and scalability to manufacturers
of embedded devices."
"There is an increasing demand for Linux-based system
solutions," said Hogne Tjemsland, Trolltech Qt/Embedded product
manager. "Trolltech can offer Qt/Embedded support to industry
leaders like NEC and in turn NEC will be able to offer an
attractive Linux-based graphical user interface solution to their
"Trolltech will hold the official product launch for Qt/Embedded
at the LinuxWorld expo at the San Jose Convention Center, which
will run from August 15 to 17. Qt/Embedded will be demonstrated on
NEC's VR4181(TM) based reference platform and VR4121(TM) based
Casio Cassiopeia E-105. Qt/Embedded, which is completely
independent of the X Windows system (X11), allows for significant
memory/power savings and additional features like anti-aliased text
and alpha blended pixmaps."
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