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  • Mar 6, 2014

    There are no "Free" Production Quality Linux BSPs

    I don’t know that I would classify any freely available Linux SDK as ‘production-quality’, including those offered by our silicon vendors, and I think they would agree. Let me explain.

  • Feb 27, 2014

    Red Hat Embedded, a Secure Solution for the Future

    In my previous post, Google and the Future of Intelligent Systems, I looked at how Google’s acquisition of Nest is the first big step in bringing consumers face to face with the future of Intelligent Systems. This leads to a growing awareness of how devic

  • Mar 4, 2014

    The Incredible $49 Copy of Windows

    "Excuse me but why is your price for Windows 7 so high? I can buy it online for $49, so there's no way that I would pay $139 for a copy of Windows 7 Pro."

  • Feb 18, 2014

    Series 6: The 6 Key Attributes of Intelligent Systems-Identity

    What exactly is an Intelligent System? At the most basic level, an Intelligent System is defined as an embedded device running a high-level operating system connected to the Internet. In practice, however, an Intelligent System means so much more

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