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SiliconPenguin.com partners with LinuxDevices.com for news services

Jul 31, 2000 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — 2 views

Pittsboro, NC — (press release) — SiliconPenguin.com, a website dedicated to gathering and presenting the most comprehensive index of embedded Linux information on the Internet, is pleased to announce its partnership with LinuxDevices.com to provide relevant, current news on the companies, hardware, software, and projects operating and influencing the expanding embedded Linux marketplace.

Rick Lehrbaum, Founder and Executive Editor of ZD Net's LinuxDevices.com states, “SiliconPenguin.com is performing an important service by creating a comprehensive and easy-to-use 'resource index' for developers of Linux-based embedded systems. The new 'resource index' is a great adjunct to the news, white papers, commentary, forums, and other embedded Linux information we offer at LinuxDevices.com. Together, resources like LinuxDevices.com and SiliconPenguin.com are helping Linux to quickly move to the front of the
embedded operating systems pack.”

SiliconPenguin.com site developer Steve Rogers states, “We are delighted to partner with LinuxDevices.com. Rick Lehrbaum's years of embedded system experience give him great sensitivity to happenings in the business. LinuxDevices.com is the web's premier site for embedded Linux news and commentary. Offering LinuxDevices.com news compliments our goal of building the web's premier embedded Linux resource index.”

SiliconPenguin.com (www.siliconpenguin.com) also offers several services to users including automatic email notification of additions and modifications and a search engine for its index and links to a variety of other search engines. Users can suggest additions and modifications to the indexes and will be notified upon acceptance of their suggestions. SiliconPenguin.com also accepts and will publish press releases and announcements of interest to the embedded Linux community.

SiliconPenguin.com and LinuxDevices.com are committed to sharing information with the embedded Linux community in a free and open manner. Both sites depend on the motivation and integrity of the embedded Linux developer community to make this goal a reality. Please contact the respective sites to suggest links, modifications, and news of the embedded Linux world.

LinuxDevices.com (www.linuxdevices.com), a subsidiary of ZDNet, has established itself as the worldwide “Embedded Linux Portal” — the first place developers go for the latest information on using Linux in embedded applications. The popular
portal site features a broad spectrum of embedded Linux topics, including news, articles, events, links, jobs, polls, an interactive forum, and product information — all targeted to Linux-based embedded system developers. LinuxDevices.com carries up-to-date information about Linux-related single-board computers, chips, tools, and support, and highlights a wide variety of embedded, real-time, and small-footprint Linux implementations, including both commercial distributions and open source projects.

 
This article was originally published on LinuxDevices.com and has been donated to the open source community by QuinStreet Inc. Please visit LinuxToday.com for up-to-date news and articles about Linux and open source.



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