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LinuxPR: Linuxcare and Indrema Team to Provide Embedded Linux Support for Video Game Market

Aug 16, 2000, 13:27 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Indrema Corporation, creator of the first Linux-based video game and digital entertainment platform, and Linuxcare, Inc., a recognized leader in providing comprehensive professional services and solutions for Linux and open-source technologies, today announced that Linuxcare has been named a preferred third-party provider of technical support and other services to Indrema's software development partners. This partnership represents part of a comprehensive video game development community and support network for the Indrema Entertainment System (IES), the company's new platform for TV-based video game and home entertainment applications."

"Under the agreement, Linuxcare will offer Linux support to video game developers that wish to create next-generation games for the IES platform. DV Linux, the distribution of Linux pioneered by Indrema, is the first distribution designed for TV-based home entertainment applications. The IES, which is based on DV Linux and a specialized graphics engine, allows developers to take full advantage of the open architecture, resulting in highly optimized application code for TV-based consumer electronics devices."

"We are very pleased Linuxcare has agreed to offer our game development partners the high-quality technical services for which Linuxcare is known," said John Gildred, founder and CEO of Indrema. "Linuxcare's involvement meets the growing demand for embedded technologies, specifically DV Linux and the Indrema Entertainment System."

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