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Inder Singh on the merger of LynuxWorks and ISDCorp

Jul 29, 2000 — by Rick Lehrbaum — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

Today, two prominent embedded Linux providers — LynuxWorks and ISDCorp — disclosed plans to merge. In this interview, LynuxWorks chairman Inder Singh speaks with founder Rick Lehrbaum about the significance of the merger to the two companies, the benefits to embedded Linux customers, and how the idea for the merger… emerged. Lehrbaum writes . . .

RL: How would you describe the main benefits of the merger?”

Singh: It increases the resources we have on the services side for the Linux business. Also, ISDCorp already has [Linux] ports to some architectures that we haven't released yet, including MIPS and ARM. They also have some very good relationships with some of the MIPS and ARM semiconductor companies, whereas we've been working more with Intel and Motorola. So, between us, we are covering all the microprocessor vendors with very good relationships.”

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