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AllLinuxDevices: LynuxWorks' BlueCat Now Supports MIPS Architecture

Apr 20, 2001, 21:00 (0 Talkback[s])

"LynuxWorks, Inc., a provider of open source and true real-time embedded solutions for the post-PC era, today announced a new release of BlueCat Linux with MIPS support. With the release of BlueCat Linux 3.1, LynuxWorks now claims the broadest microprocessor support for embedded Linux. Supported architectures now include MIPS, Intel's Pentium, XScale and x86 compatibles, ARM family (including Thumb extensions), StrongARM, PowerPC (including PowerQUICC) and Hitachi SuperH."

"LynuxWorks BlueCat Linux and the MIPS architecture together provide a reliable cross-development platform for embedded developers creating products for markets such as office automation, communications, network management, digital consumer devices, and many others."

"LynuxWorks' support for the MIPS architecture is a critical component of our Linux strategy," said Doug Agnew, product manager at LynuxWorks. "Deployment of Linux-based networked devices and digital consumer appliances is exploding and BlueCat Linux gives developers the perfect choice of OS, tools, and now the broadest architecture support, for developing the next wave of breakthrough applications."

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