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2006-08-02 Wind River unrolls Linux for networking, handheld apps
Wind River Systems has announced its fourth-generation release of Linux aimed at networking equipment and handheld devices including cell phones
2006-09-18 Wind River brings Linux to handsets
Wind River Systems Inc. announced its fourth-generation release of Linux, aimed at networking equipment and handheld devices including cellphones
2013-03-25 Virtual prototype for booting Linux on Cortex A15
Here's a look at how an engineer employed virtual prototyping to boot Linux on the ARM Cortex-A15
2003-11-05 Tools target homegrown versions of Linux
Homegrown Linux will get some decidedly commercial attention with TimeSys Corp.'s release of a software toolset aimed at developers of roll-your-own Linux-based systems
2013-05-07 ST's MEMS products boast improved Linux support
STMicroelectronics has released ready-to-use software drivers which make ST's MEMS devices more easily accessible to developers using Linux open-source software to build different applications
2005-09-22 Software kit eases ache of adding Bluetooth to Linux devices
Running as module to Linux kernel version 2.4, the XTNDAccess Blue Software development kit from Extended Systems lets users implement Bluetooth functions without having to be an expert in that technology.
2010-11-23 Platform touts near-instant Linux boot
A newly developed demonstration platform shows a Renesas Electronics MS7724 platform booting a Linux kernel and graphical QT application in less than one second.
2006-08-01 Platform group's goal: Unify Linux for handsets
Handset makers Motorola, NEC, Samsung Electronics and Panasonic have joined with telecom operators NTT Docomo and Vodafone in a bid to create a reference implementation built around a consistent set of Linux APIs for use by manufacturers and tool developers
2005-08-08 Packages pave low-cost way to customize Linux
With a price tag of $499, the Built-to-Spec Custom Linux Distributions from TimeSys are designed to give developers a low-cost way to customize Linux to meet their design's unique feature, footprint and processor requirements
2004-11-22 NEC debuts fault-tolerant Linux server
NEC Solutions America shipped a fault-tolerant Linux server that the company promised will remain up and running 99.99 percent of the time
2012-07-02 Multi-core networking in Linux user space with zero overhead
Find out how multicore network SoCs work, and how to leverage them efficiently for data path processing.
2006-10-16 Mainline Linux kernel includes real-time features
The need of embedded developers to maintain real-time patch sets outside the mainline Linux kernel may be coming to an end, according to Linux developer service provider TimeSys.
2005-07-11 Linux kit helps FPGA users more easily develop mobile platform
Viosoft has developed a toolkit that enables FPGA designers to develop, debug, and deploy mobile applications based on QuickLogic's Wi-Fi bridge and?Watt programmable HDD controller for Intel's PXA2xx embedded processor.
2008-09-05 Intel acquires mobile Linux developer
Intel Corp. has acquired, for an undisclosed amount, British mobile Linux development firm OpenedHand
2005-02-15 Infineon, Samsung team on Linux smartphone design
Infineon Technologies AG and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd announced Friday (Feb. 11) they have teamed to develop what the companies claim is the first UMTS/EDGE smartphone reference design based on the Linux operating system
2010-03-16 i.MX51 board initialization and memory mapping using the Linux target image builder (LTIB
This application note provides general information regarding the board initialisation process and the memory mapping implementation of the Linux kernel using the LTIB in an i.MX51 board support package (BSP).
2010-03-16 i.MX35 board initialization and memory mapping using the Linux target image builder (LTIB
This application note provides general information regarding the board initialisation process and the memory mapping implementation of the Linux kernel using the LTIB in an i.MX35 Board Support Package (BSP).
2003-08-06 Hyperstone, Global Digital release embedded Linux
Hyperstone AG and Global Digital Technologies have introduced hyLinux, a uClinux-compliant embedded Linux kernel for Hyperstone's RISC/DSP processors.
2007-01-24 HP, IBM, Intel back Linux Foundation
Two groups committed to the business adoption of Linux are merging to streamline operations and represent Linux with one voice
2010-10-13 Graphics controllers go Linux for auto apps
Fujitsu's MB86R0x-SoC graphics controllers implement a Linux Fast-boot technology to meet the requirement for Linux-based automotive applications
2004-10-22 Freescale, Metrowerks announce Linux support for automotive apps
Freescale and Metrowerks introduced a Linux Board Support Package optimized for the mobileGT architecture and Total5200 Development Platform for automotive apps
2005-08-05 Fewer defects found in Linux kernel
An analysis of the latest Linux kernel has found that it contains fewer critical defects than the previous version, despite an increase in the amount of code, a source-code analysis firm said Wednesday.
2007-10-18 Employ a secure flavor of Linux
Linux is popular for many embedded applications, but if your application requires it, make sure you put in the hooks to keep hackers out
2002-07-02 Embedded Linux quandary: What price for a free OS
The law of supply and demand will face a curious test over the next few years, as embedded Linux vendors search for a way to make engineers pay for an OS that appeals to users largely because it's free
2004-01-01 Embedded Linux heading toward mainstream
The last few months have seen embedded Linux transition from early-adoption status across Asian marketplaces to mainstream standing
2002-11-01 Embedded Linux and the Law
The rising popularity of Linux, combined with perceived cost savings, has spurred many embedded developers to consider a real-time Linux variant as an alternative to a traditional RTOS
2013-09-26 Design Linux-based femtocell base-station (Part 2
Here's the second of a two-part series on building a wireless femtocell with a base station SoC powered by a Linux-based fast-path software architecture
2013-09-25 Design Linux-based femtocell base-station (Part 1
Here's the first of a two-part series on how to build a wireless femtocell using a single chip base-station SoC and a Linux-based fast-path architecture
2008-04-17 Customizable MCUs to get embedded Linux support
Atmel and TimeSys jointly offer embedded Linux support for Atmel's ARM9-based AT91CAP9 customizable MCU
2003-02-24 Consortium releases common embedded Linux spec
Embedded Linux vendors rolled out the heavy artillery for their assault on proprietary OSs, unveiling a common software platform that could change the way engineers develop products ranging from cellphones and PDAs to STBs
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