Timesys(R) Announces Support for Intel(R) Atom(TM) Processor N2000 and D2000 Series-based Platform
LinuxLink offering provides affordable, feature-rich embedded Linux solution for Intel® Atom™ processor customers
Pittsburgh, PA – January 10, 2012 — Timesys Corporation, provider of the industry’s most-easy-to-use and affordable embedded Linux solutions, today announced support for the new Intel® Atom™ processor N2000 and D2000 series.
Timesys is a General Member of the Intel® Embedded Alliance and has been a long-time provider of embedded Linux support for the Intel® Atom™ processor family. Current Timesys support for Intel® Atom™ processors includes LinuxLink support for the Intel® Atom™ E6XX series, Intel® Atom™ Z530 series and Intel® Atom™ Z510 series. Timesys is committed to aligning its embedded Linux support with the Intel® Atom™ roadmap and is pleased to announce the company will expand its LinuxLink offering to include support for the Intel® Atom™ processor N2000 and D2000 series-based platform.
Timesys’s LinuxLink is a highly customizable, commercial embedded Linux development environment that eliminates the complexity and risks associated with using open source software. LinuxLink provides everything developers need from getting started to deployment and maintenance of highly differentiated embedded Linux products.
With a LinuxLink subscription for Intel® Atom™ processors, customers benefit from a comprehensive solution that allows them to take full advantage of all the hardware features the Intel® Atom™ processor offers, including hardware accelerated graphics.
“Timesys has been a long-time member of the Intel® Embedded Alliance®, and we are committed to providing easy-to-use embedded Linux tools for Intel® Atom™ processors,” said Maciej Halasz, Director of Product Management at Timesys. “Our comprehensive LinuxLink offering combines Intel® software and open source software to provide embedded developers with integrated components that enable them to build complete solutions around the Intel® Atom™ processor.”
“The new Intel® Atom™ processor D2000 and N2000 series enable a wide array of Linux-based embedded solutions,” said Jonathan Luse, director of marketing in the Intel Intelligent Systems Group. “Through their affordable Linux solution and unique value proposition based on open source Linux, Timesys helps our customers to successfully bring their Intel® Atom™ processor-based products to market.”
Timesys’s LinuxLink for Intel® Atom™ N2000 and D2000 processors will be available mid-January.
Timesys will conduct a webinar on Tuesday, January 17 at 1 p.m. EST to provide an overview of LinuxLink for Intel® Atom™ N2000 and D2000 processors and address customer questions. To register for this webinar, visit http://www.timesys.com/webinar/intel-n2000-d2000.
LinuxLink Free Edition
Users can start developing prototypes using LinuxLink for Intel® Atom™ processors by registering for a free Web Edition account at http://www.timesys.com/register and then selecting their processor of choice.
Additional information about LinuxLink subscriptions for the broad range of Intel® platforms that Timesys supports can be found at http://www.timesys.com/intel.
Timesys is the provider of LinuxLink, a high-productivity software development framework that dramatically simplifies and speeds up embedded Linux application development. The LinuxLink framework includes the Linux kernel, cross-toolchain, application development IDE, an award winning build system called Factory, a vast library of middleware packages, software stacks and libraries, documentation and expert technical support. LinuxLink enables development teams to consistently build and maintain a custom, open source embedded Linux platform through regularly updated Linux sources, proven middleware packages, and a scriptable GNU-based build environment. LinuxLink reduces the time, resources, risk and cost associated with building a product based on open source Linux. For more information, visit www.timesys.com.
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