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AllLinuxDevices: Lineo Announces Embedix SDK 2.0, Expands Processor Support

Apr 03, 2001, 00:37 (0 Talkback[s])

"Lineo, Inc. a leading innovator in embedded systems, real-time and high availability solutions, today announced the availability of Lineo Embedix=99 Software Development Kit (SDK) 2.0, the powerful development environment for configuring, customizing and deploying Linux-based embedded software solutions."

"Lineo Embedix SDK 2.0 levels the playing field between Linux and proprietary embedded operating system providers by offering new and updated features designed to remove barriers faced by embedded developers and decrease an OEM's time-to-market. Lineo Embedix SDK 2.0 provides more comprehensive processor support as well as a new "snap-in" architecture for the dynamic addition of new hardware and software support and features. Embedix SDK 2.0 is tested to run on all major Linux distributions as well as Windows NT and 2000."

"In Lineo's drive to remove the barriers common in embedded development, Lineo Embedix SDK 2.0 provides a complete tool suite of immediate solutions for OEMs," said Bryan Sparks, Lineo CEO. "Lineo has always focused on providing a rich feature set in our previous Embedix SDK releases. Now that we've achieved a highly robust feature set in our SDK 2.0, we have expanded our focus to include enabling support for an ever-increasing group of processor families - more than any other embedded Linux company supports today - while providing the most advanced software features available."

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