LinuxDevices.com's Rick Lehrbaum took a walk on the embedded side of LinuxWorld expo in San Jose, CA, last week. Lehrbaum filed this report on what he observed . . .
"One short year ago, 'embedded Linux' barely existed, from a commercial perspective. Last week's 150,000 square foot LinuxWorld conference (San Jose, CA) clearly demonstrated how far embedded Linux has come in just a dozen months. Better than one in ten of the more than 160 exhibitors rolled out new products and services aimed at embedded Linux developers and applications."
"In case you missed the show, here's a brief summary about each of the exhibitors who highlighted embedded Linux in one way or another . . ."
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