"Hewlett-Packard Company announced today that Linux support
has been added for its Chai Appliance Platform, a suite of
integrated software components for creating Internet-enabled
information appliances. Developers using Linux can
effortlessly use the Chai Appliance Platform, conserving their
resources for software development activities specific to the type
of device they are building."
"Linux now joins Microsoft's Pocket PC (Windows(R) CE 3.0) as a
source code reference platform for the Chai Appliance
"Embedded developers are embracing Linux in ever-increasing
numbers, and we want to make it as easy as possible for them to use
the Chai Appliance Platform to build their products," said William
Woo, general manager of HP's Embedded Software Operation. "We've
also added support for standards-based tools supplied by third
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