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real-time linux


OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive and Box: Which cloud storage service is right for you?

If you're ready to take the plunge into storing your files, photos, and more in the cloud but need help deciding which service is right for your needs and wallet, we've got you covered.

By February 19, 2014


Wind River acquires real-time Linux tech

Purchase of RTLinux technology--used for devices like animatronic robots--opens new markets for Wind River's embedded Linux efforts.

By February 19, 2007


MontaVista beats real-time Linux deadline

Embedded-Linux company says it's created technology that lets people slam the brakes on Linux in a computing emergency.

By August 1, 2005


Linux Foundation names Ted Ts'o as CTO

Ts'o is known as the first North American Linux kernel developer and has been with IBM since 2001, focusing on real-time Linux.

By December 19, 2008


Novell to launch quick-response Linux

Suse Linux Enterprise Real-Time is aimed at financial traders and others who watch every microsecond of the clock.

By September 20, 2006


Open source on the move

Linux gets its latest kernel update and a real-time makeover; debate continues on GPL changes.

By September 21, 2006


New strategy challenges Linux firms for real-time computing

Relative newcomer MontaVista Software launches an initiative to make the Linux operating system work better in devices that must respond to commands immediately.

By May 1, 2000


eXcelon to speed Amazon marketplace

Amazon.com has tapped eXcelon to help speed up the information buyers and sellers exchange for its "marketplace business," the companies said Tuesday. eXcelon is providing the software to enable real-time updates of inventory availability so that a buyer has better information on what a seller has in stock. Amazon's marketplace enables individuals and companies to sell used goods right next to the new goods Amazon sells. The software will reduce Amazon's costs because it can be used on Amazon's HP Linux servers, eXcelon said.

By February 19, 2002


Software firm gains $20 million for Linux transformation

Lynx Real-Time Systems is expected soon to announce equity investments by Motorola and TurboLinux to help it transform itself into a Linux company.

By April 7, 2000


HP wins round in Java battle

Lynx Real-Time Systems signs a deal to use a Hewlett-Packard clone of Sun's Java software in its version of Linux for embedded devices.

By March 10, 2000