Is Linux Ready for Net Devices?
Yes, says ON Channel CEO Bill TauskeyIs Linux ready for prime time in the Net device world? A vendor that specializes in providing Linux for embedded products claims that Net devices to be released later this year show that the time has come for the operating system.
"The market for a Linux-based embedded OS has been awaiting someone to address the technical challenges of reducing the kernel size to meet the memory footprint and functionality requirements of embedded systems," said Bill Tauskey, ON Channel CEO.
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