LinuxLink by TimeSys Gains Momentum in Embedded Linux Market
Offers On-Demand Access to Latest Processor-Optimized Linux & Rich Development Environment
Mar. 8, 2006 11:30 PM
Developer service provider for the embedded Linux market, TimeSys Corporation, has announced that LinuxLink by TimeSys, has achieved significant growth since its introduction in August, 2005.
LinuxLink is an industry-changing delivery model, and the first commercial offering to support the majority of embedded developers who build and assemble their own commercial-grade custom Linux platform. The LinuxLink approach has been validated by embedded developers, semiconductor manufacturers and embedded solutions providers.
The company says only LinuxLink delivers on-demand access to the latest processor-optimized Linux and components, a rich development environment and community support. This is a significant departure from commercial embedded Linux vendors that dictate feature sets and release schedules, resulting in platforms that diverge significantly from the Open Source community.
“LinuxLink fills the previously unmet need for a commercial resource that connects embedded developers with semiconductor manufacturers and the Open Source community in a meaningful way,” said Larry Weidman, president and CEO of TimeSys. “With LinuxLink, embedded developers have the freedom to choose the resources that are relevant to their project in a flexible delivery model that meets the needs of development teams of any size.”