Legend (China) to Produce Linux Net Devices
Jan 11, 2001, 18:34 (0 Talkback[s])
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Chinese PC manufacturer Legend Computer said it will create
Linux-based Net devices for the Asian market.
The company said the devices, the first of which will be a
set-top box, will use Legend's Happy Linux embedded operating
system and Cyrus InterSoft's Speiros.
Scott Bayless, chief executive officer of the U.S.-based Cyrus
InterSoft, described Speiros as, "a distributed Internet system
designed to enable a real-time distribution channel for delivering
applications and services."
The companies released no information about other devices
resulting from the alliance or when they would be available.
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