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Dr. Inder Singh to Keynote Real-time and Embedded Systems Forum, San Jose, California, 7 Feb

Jan 30, 2001, 23:28 (0 Talkback[s])
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[ Thanks to Andrew Josey for this announcement. ]

Keynote to focus on trends in Embedded Linux.

Dr. Inder M. Singh , CEO and Chairman LynuxWorks will deliver his keynote at The Open Group Real-time and Embedded Systems Forum, being held at the Doubletree Hotel, San Jose, CA on Wednesday February 7th from 11:00-11:30am.

Dr. Singh's Keynote will address trends in Embedded Linux.

Other events on at the Real-time Forum include a special session on Real-time and Embedded Linux, a full open plenary, with keynote speakers on real-time software development and embedded Linux, and sessions on general topics ranging from Real-time operating systems, through Real-time requirements in the power industry, Real-time Java to the DoD's Real-time Common Operating Environment. There are also the working group sessions of the Forum and a special session with the QoS task force.

Here are the key Forum events at the Conference:

5 Feb 18:00-19:30 Networking Reception
6 Feb 14:00-18:00 Linux Interest Group (Open plenary)
6 Feb 18:00-19:30 Guest Speaker -- Larry Augustin, VA Linux Systems (Open session -- Guests welcome)
7 Feb 09:00-17:30 Forum (Open plenary)
7 Feb 09:15-09:50 Keynote Speaker -- Gabriel Broner, SGI
7 Feb 11:00-11:30 Keynote Speaker -- Dr. Inder Singh, LynuxWorks
7 Feb 18:30 Member Dinner
8 Feb 09:00-12:30 Quality of Service for Real-time & Embedded Systems(Open session)
8 Feb 09:00-16:00 Forum Working Groups (Members-only)

For more information on the forum see http://www.opengroup.org/rtforum