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2005-03-31 Xilinx free development system supports Linux
Highlighting the growing popularity of the Linux operating system among designers, Xilinx Inc. has for the first time included Linux support on its free, downloadable development system.
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
2002-05-14 Shifting opinion shakes footing of embedded Linux
The embedded Linux waters grow murkier, as analysts disagree over the future of the upstart operating system and one vendor, Lineo Inc., fights for its life.
2005-05-09 Qualcomm says chip sets will support Linux
Qualcomm Inc. announced it would support the Linux operating system on its Mobile Station Modem MSM6550 chipsets.
2007-04-10 Linux-enabled cellphones to reach 203M by 2012, ABI says
A new study from ABI Research predicted that by 2012, more than 127 million devices will be enabled with a commercial Linux OS, up from 8.1 million in 2007
2005-06-09 ISP176x linux programming guide
This app note provides information on the interfaces and data structures required to use the ISP176x host controller, OTG controller and peripheral controller driver layers for the Linux operating system.
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.
2005-11-14 Industry group forms to consolidate Linux patents
A group of tech giants linked up on Thursday to promote Linux globally, with the unveiling of a new company called the Open Invention Network (OIN
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
2010-04-19 GNU/Linux and EZ-USB: controlling USB devices from user-space
This application note demonstrates how simple user-mode GNU/Linux applications can communicate directly to EZ-USB based USB devices
2003-12-22 Fujitsu, Red Hat form development alliance for Linux
Fujitsu Ltd and Red Hat announced that, as a part of their global partnership in providing Linux-based solutions, engineers from the two companies have started to work together located on-site at a Red Hat office in Boston, Massachusetts. The new organization will develop Linux features focusing on enterprise customer needs and will assert Fujitsu's support operations in Japan and worldwide as well
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
2004-03-24 Consumer industry moves Linux to the living room
Consumer electronics companies want to leverage the trend toward adding value to consumer electronics through software to create a Linux-based
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
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
2013-07-09 Wind River Linux receives Ada language support
The GNAT Pro Ada development environment on the Wind River Linux platform allows the development of applications that combine modules in Ada, C and C++, and manipulates and analyses Ada applications
2005-02-18 Wind River integrates carrier grade Linux in RadiSys Promentum
Wind River Systems Inc. revealed that its platform for network equipment, Linux edition is being ported to RadiSys Corp.'s Promentum ATCA 4000, a general purpose computer processing module
2005-05-25 Wind River expanding Linux solutions
In a flurry of activity timed to coincide with the company's users conference, device software optimization provider Wind River Monday announced several new products, strategies and alliances.
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
2008-09-24 Unicon uses Wolfson audio for Linux-based mobile solution
Unicon Systems has tapped Wolfson Microelectronics' audio for its latest Linux-based mobile solution
2007-09-17 The newbie's guide to Linux
Should you give the open-source operating system a whirl? Here are some answers, along with advice on how to get started
2005-02-09 Synopsys supports SUSE LINUX with verification platform
Synopsys Inc. will support the SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 operating system (OS) from Novell on both 32bit and 64bit x86 instruction sets for Synopsys' Galaxy Design and Discovery verification platforms.
2007-10-08 Survey: Linux gaining ground in embedded systems
VDC says Linux remains an attractive OS choice for a range of embedded systems developers for a number of reasons, including royalty free run-time costs, advanced networking capabilities and technical features and the large base of engineers familiar with the OS
2003-08-08 Sun, others push for Linux on the desktop
Sun Micro joined a band of smaller companies in making fresh assaults on Microsoft's Windows monopoly, attempting to drive Linux onto the Windows
2007-07-26 PMC/XMC module offers complete software radio system
Pentek claims its Model 7140-420 dual digital transceiver is a complete software radio system in a PMC/XMC module with a GateFlow FPGA IP core that provides high-performance DDC and interpolation
2004-11-24 NTT DoCoMo chooses Linux for next-gen phones
MontaVista Software Inc. has announced that its MontaVista Linux has been chosen as the operating system for three new Foma third-generation (3G) mobile phones from NTT Docomo.
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.
2007-10-22 Mobile Linux makes headway in handset industry
Mobile Linux momentum is growing with an increasing support for Linux as a cellular operating system from a broad cross-section of the handset industry.
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