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2007-02-14 Comneon, Infineon, FSMLabs team on Linux-based phone sol'ns
Comneon, Infineon and FSMLabs have jointly integrated and demonstrated a single core Linux solution on a highly efficient mobile phone platform.
2003-02-26 CirTran gets follow-on order from Linux NetworX
CirTran Corp. has received a follow-on order worth $160,000 for cable assemblies from Linux NetworX.
2003-11-03 Choosing the right approach for Linux-based USB devices
This article talks about choosing the right approach for Linux-based USB devices
2007-06-08 Chips roll for Linux embedded designs
Atmel Corp. introduces the AT32AP7001, a member of the AVR 32 AP7 family of application processors optimized for cost constrained, Linux-based embedded designs.
2005-03-03 China Ministry, Freescale to set up Linux-on-PowerPC lab
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. has aligned with China's government-run Software and Integrated Circuit Promotion Center to set up a jointly run evaluation lab in Beijing.
2005-11-11 Cell processor to support Linux
IBM Corp. and Sony Corp. have released new software components and documentation for the Cell processor, including extensions to Linux
2009-11-18 Cavium acquires Linux expert for $50M
Embedded Linux is becoming the OS of choice for millions of devices ranging from carrier grade equipment to CE.
2004-02-04 Cadence platform supports 64-bit Linux OS
Cadence Design Systems has released key products of its Encounter digital IC design platform on Intel Itanium 2-based systems running the 64-bit Linux OS.
2003-10-17 Cadence IC package, PCB design flow runs on Linux
Cadence Design Systems Inc. has announced what it claims is the industry's first complete front-to-back advanced IC package and PCB design flow to run on Linux.
2010-02-23 Building a 3D graphic user interface in Linux
This application note provides an overview and a guide for creating a complex 3D User Interface (UI) in Linux for the embedded devices.
2007-11-08 Biggest Linux-run computer debuts
Supercomputer designer Cray has announced a system it says will be the biggest computer to use the Linux open-source OS.
2005-08-08 Automotive telematics: Open-source automotive-grade linux Is the future
The business and technology benefits of embedded Linux offers compelling incentives for designers of next generation telematics equipment.
2003-09-24 Atmel releases Linux port for ARM9 MCU
Atmel Corp. has launched a Linux OS port for its AT91RM9200 microcontroller and its ARM9 core-based ASICs.
2007-04-27 Atmel intros $69 AVR32 kit with full Linux support
Atmel introduced a low-cost AVR32 Network Gateway design kit based on its 32bit AT32AP7000 application processor.
2002-07-01 Asian vendor moves Linux PDA design forward
Find out how the first Chinese Linux PDA is taking over the Asian portable device market with an innovative OS designed to operate at faster speeds and reduced costs.
2003-02-03 Asian embedded developers looking up to Linux
In the last six months, embedded developers across Asia have progressed from evaluating embedded Linux to building actual applications with it.
2002-04-01 Asia leads in Linux-based connectivity
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2015-11-06 ARM64 vs ARM32: A guide for Linux programmers
These differences between ARM64 vs ARM32 are a good sample of the sorts of problems one should expect. There are nuances that go beyond the well understood differences in the instruction set.
2007-10-05 ARM, partners develop Linux platform for next-gen mobile
ARM and six companies have collaborated to develop a Linux-based open source platform for next-generation mobile applications to address consumer demand for advanced applications on larger display mobile devices.
2002-05-13 ARM to integrate BlueCat 4.0 Linux, VisualLynux IDE into platform
LynuxWorks' BlueCat 4.0 Linux and VisualLynux Integrated Development Environment (IDE) will be packaged with ARM's ARM920T Integrator Porting Platform.
2012-08-24 ARM server targets bare-metal Linux-based dev't
Codethink's Baserock Slab features eight energy-efficient quad-core ARM processors with high speed network fabric and local storage, with support for both mSATA and SATA drives.
2003-10-29 ARM joins Consumer Electronics Linux Forum
ARM Ltd has joined the Consumer Electronics Linux Forum, an industry group focused on advancing Linux as an open source platform for consumer electronics.
2010-06-04 Android drives Linux-based smart phone market
Led by the success of Google's Android, Linux-enabled smart phones are expected to comprise 33 percent of the worldwide smart phone market by 2012, according to ABI Research.
2008-04-18 Ampro delivers Ubuntu-based embedded Linux
Ampro Computers has included Linux support to its line of board-level embedded computers.
2003-01-24 AMD, Metrowerks platform supports Linux-based PDAs
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Metrowerks have created the OpenPDA Linux-based software platform for PDAs and smart phones based on AMD's Alchemy Solutions Mobile Client reference design kit.
2003-08-19 AMD processors deployed in LANL for Linux clusters
Analog Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) has announced that Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) has selected its Opteron processor for two separate large-scale Linux clusters.
2002-05-09 Altera design software supports Linux 7.1
Altera Corp. has announced that its Quartus II v2.0 design software now supports Red Hat's Linux 7.1 OS, allowing PLD designers to use low cost Linux-based server farms to reduce development costs and design cycle times.
1999-01-01 Acquiring measurement data using Linux
The stability of the Linux OS lends itself well to the development of DAQ systems. Although development continues, several tools and libraries are already available to help one develop his own drivers.
2004-11-16 A tools-centric view of embedded Linux
Study the development phases and specialized tools available in creating an embedded-Linux product.
2010-08-04 73S12xxF USB-CCID Linux DFU host application user's guide
The Linux DFU host application program, dfu-util, is an open source user space program that provides the host-side ability to upgrade firmware in a compatible device over a standard USB connection.
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