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Archive for September, 1999

NetCentrex Picks Motorola Linux Platforms for Voice Over IP

September 28, 1999

TEMPE, AZ — Motorola Computer Group, the leading provider of embedded computing platforms for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), today announced that its CompactPCI-based telecommunications platforms have been selected as the foundation for an IP gatekeeper solution from French IP telephony company NetCentrex. (more…)

288 MByte DiskOnChip Flash Disk Announced

September 28, 1999

M-Systems Flash Disk Pioneers Ltd., a leader in flash based local storage solutions for the Internet appliance and embedded markets, announced today the extension of its DiskOnChip 2000 flash disk product line with new capacities now up to 288MB. DiskOnChip 2000 is a family of modular solutions in standard 32-pin dual inline packages (DIP). (more…)

Embedded Linux Advisory Board proposed

September 28, 1999

Lyle Ball and Bryan Sparks of Lineo, in cooperation with Montavista Software, Zentropix, Motorola, Intel, Linux Weekly News and Linux Journal, have proposed the creation of an Embedded Linux Advisory Board, an independent and vendor-neutral organization to promote and advocate the use of Linux in the embedded systems arena. (more…)

Force and MontaVista Demo Multi-processing CPCI Linux

September 28, 1999

San Jose, Calif. — Force Computers Inc., today demonstrated a Linux based open, scalable, high availability platform at the Embedded Systems Conference. Force partnered with MontaVista Software Inc. to demonstrate multiprocessing with Hard Hat Linux and CompactPCI hardware. (more…)

Ziatech Pioneers CompactPCI Linux Multiprocessing

September 28, 1999

Embedded Systems Conference, San Jose CA, — Ziatech Corporation is combining its CompactNET multiprocessing technology with the recently announced LinuxPCI 1000 Development System, speeding the implementation of Linux-based, multiprocessing CompactPCI (CPCI) systems, it was announced today. (more…)

RealTime Linux Announced for Megatel SBCs

September 27, 1999

San Jose, CA — Megatel Computer Corporation and Zentropic Computing, LLC today announced a partnership to develop and support a small-footprint RealTime Operating System, optimized for Megatel's 104 family of products. This configuration, based on the Linux 2.2 kernel, the Real-Time Application Interface (RTAI), and Red Hat Linux, will give embedded developers a solid hardware and software platform on… (more…)

Cygnus Moves to Pre-empt Embedded Linux Fragmentation

September 27, 1999

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS CONFERENCE, San Jose, CA — Cygnus Solutions, a leader in open source software, today announced a major step to pre-empt the fragmentation of embedded Linux in the embedded computing segment. Cygnus introduced the EL/IX(tm) Application Programming Interface (API), an open source, configurable API and development environment for all pervasive computing platforms such as net-centric… (more…) Web Site Kick-off

September 24, 1999

HERNDON, VA — (September 24, 1999) The RealTimeLinux.Org Board of Directors is pleased to announce the activation of, created to encourage open dialog and cooperation between each of the real-time Linux solutions for industrial and embedded time-critical applications such as: process control, data acquisition, and simulation. (more…)

GNATPRO Ada 95 For RealTime Linux

September 24, 1999

NEW YORK, NY — (Sept 24, 1999) Ada Core Technologies, a leader in GNAT and Ada 95 technology, and Zentropix, a company specializing in real-time Linux, have teamed up to offer a powerful solution for the development of Ada systems on the RealTime Linux platform. “GNATPRO for RealTime Linux” provides real-time system designers and developers with the most advanced configuration available for hard… (more…)

Embedded Linux Announced for JUMPtec DIMM/PC

September 21, 1999

Apex, NC — Using Linux for embedded applications on the tiny JUMPtec DIMM-PC/486 embedded PC just got easier, thanks to the new EMJ-Linux distribution, developed by EMJ Embedded Systems. (more…)

Motorola Computer Group Ships Newest Caldera OpenLinux

September 13, 1999

TEMPE, Ariz., — Reinforcing its recently announced Linux strategy, Motorola Computer Group (MCG) today announced that its Linux-based embedded computing platforms now ship with the newest version of Caldera Systems' award-winning OpenLinux operating system. As a result of MCG's collaboration with Caldera Systems, the SLX Series of network appliances for Internet, intranet and extranet networking… (more…)