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Enea, Timesys to collaborate on multicore, Linux tools

Posted: 08 Feb 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:multicore tools? Linux? Enea Timesys collaboration?

Enea and Timesys Corp. are collaborating to accelerate the adoption of Linux in both standalone and heterogeneous multicore applications. The agreement spans distribution, joint development of value-added platforms and go to market activities. Now developers who require Linux, RTOS, hypervisors and development tools can turn to a single, independent supplier to source all of their software needsstreamlining technology acquisition, development and support.

Enea will become a worldwide distributor of LinuxLink, Timesys' architecture-agnostic Linux platform builder. Enea will take first line support for its customers using LinuxLink.

By adding Timesys Linux to its product portfolio, Enea will also be able to build solutions-oriented platforms targeting multicore migration, development and performance. Enea expects to start rolling out its multicore platforms in the first quarter of 2011.

"We see strong demand from our customers for a single vendor that can provide best-in-class support for heterogeneous operating environments based on both realtime and Linux operating systems," said Marcus Hjortsberg, VP of marketing at Enea.

The two companies will also collaborate on a wide range of marketing and market development programs including events, campaigns and customer development.

"We are excited to collaborate with Enea and offer our embedded Linux products alongside Enea's industry-leading RTOS, hypervisors, tools and related platform middleware," said Atul Bansal, CEO of Timesys.





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