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AllLinuxDevices: deviceCOM networking solution links Linux devices to Windows enterprise systems

Intrinsyc (CDNX: ICS) today announced that it is
introducing a new networking technology that reliably links Linux-
based devices to Windows enterprise systems.
Building on the
success of Intrinsyc’s deviceCOM for Windows CE and NT, Intrinsyc’s
new deviceCOM for Linux enables customers to use Windows at the
enterprise level, while taking advantage of the benefits offered by
Linux for embedded devices. This new software solution, and an
accompanying vertical market application, will be demonstrated at
the upcoming Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose, CA., from
September 26th to 28th, 2000 (booth No. 1808).”

“…Intrinsyc has been licensing deviceCOM for Windows CE and NT
since 1998 and it has emerged as an industry standard for
connectivity solutions with few rivals. It is currently licensed by
a number of Intrinsyc customers, including Ford, ICONICS, and
Intellution. Intrinsyc will license the use of deviceCOM for Linux
in the same manner, following general release of the product in
January 2001.”


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