TITLE

VIBREN'S ACCELENT DEVKITIDP NOW SUPPORTS BLUECAT LINUX

PUB. DATE
February 2005
SOURCE
UNIX Update;Feb2005, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p6
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article reports that the Accelent DevkitIDP of Vibren Technologies, an industry leader in embedded systems engineering, for the Intel PXA255 Applications Processor now provides support for the LynuxWorks BlueCat Embedded Linux operating system as of February 2005. Vibren's Accelent DevkitlDP lets embedded engineers create mobile and other devices based on Intel's PXA255 processor. BlueCat Embedded Linux from LynuxWorks is an implementation of the Linux model that has been optimized for embedded applications. Because Vibren has added BlueCat Embedded Linux support to the Vibren Accelent DevkitlDP, engineers can now rapidly develop devices that run industry-standard Linux. With the addition of BlueCat Embedded Linux support, Vibren now provides a comprehensive developer's kits for embedded system design. According to Bob Morris, vice president of sales and marketing at LynuxWorks, by adding BlueCat Embedded Linux capabilities to Vibren's Accelent DevKitlDP, the company gives embedded engineers platform versatility that has not been available before. Now embedded Linux engineers can easily offer their customers the many advantages of an open operating system with consistently high standards for their embedded Linux code.
ACCESSION #
15878043

 

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