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CNET News.com: Embedded Linux company Lineo names first COO

Sep 06, 2000, 07:12 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Embedded Linux seller Lineo, which filed to go public more than three months ago, has appointed Bob Waldie chief operating officer."

"Lineo sells a version of Linux for "embedded" non-PC computing devices such as set-top boxes, network routers or slot machines. The company filed its initial public offering plans in May, one of a host of companies that hopes to capitalize on the use of Linux for embedded devices."

"Waldie, the company's first COO, was founder and chief executive officer of 15-person Moreton Bay Ventures, which Lineo announced plans to acquire in March. The acquisition closed in May."

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