Embedded systems is where Linux is going to dominate first, if it
isn't already. Anyone starting from scratch to write an embedded
application would be nuts not to use Linux, even if the realtime
extensions are still evolving.
In the not too distant future, desktop computers will be relics on the
order of mechanical calculators. In their place will be multitudes of
smart appliances all running Linux and automatically synchronized to the
main server whether that's in the home or office.
I don't see a lot of room for proprietary OSes in this kind of future.
On Tue, 22 Feb 2000, Tom Walsh wrote:
> I just wanted to let you all know what I see happening here locally
> with regards to myself, my customers, and embedded Linux. So far this
> week, I have two customers seriously considering embedding Linux into
> three products, and two server systems! Oh joy! :^) It looks like all
> this work I have done in mastering (?) Linux in the past 3+ years and
> the EZ328SIMM development is starting to payoff really nicely!
> It certainly is nice to find yourself "ahead of the curve", for a
> Tom Walsh - WN3L - Embedded Systems Consultant - tom over_at mytoys(.)com
> 'www.mytoys.com', 'www.openhardware.net', 'www.cyberiansoftware.com'
> "Windows? No thanks, I have work to do..."
This message resent by the firstname.lastname@example.org list server http://www.uClinux.com/
This archive was generated by hypermail 2b30 : Sun Apr 07 2002 - 00:01:34 EST