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Embedded Linux becoming ‘disruptive force’ Wednesday February 18, 2004 – [ 06:00 PM GMT ]  in NewsForge By: Chris Preimesberger


PALO ALTO, Calif. — These days, embedded Linux for consumers pretty much means
TiVo, a Sharp Zaurus handheld, or the wireless LAN gateways you may having
running at home. Although EL is not exactly taking IT by storm at the moment —
and because a whole lot of experimental EL products have come and quickly gone
— it is nonetheless establishing its own place in the world. And there are
those who firmly believe that EL will play an increasingly important role in
gadgets to come.
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originally Posted to cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 2/19/04; 1:01:22 AM
in the Embedded Systems section.


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