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MIPS picks up another embedded and real-time Linux vendor

Sep 28, 2001 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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REDSonic announced its entry into the MIPS Alliance Program, in an effort to leverage the success of the popular MIPS32 architecture in the high-growth digital consumer and networking markets. REDSonic has developed a board support package (BSP) for MIPS Technologies' Malta board, a MIPS32 architecture-based software development platform. Development support for the Malta board will be provided by REDSonic's RED-Builder embedded and real-time Linux development and deployment tool.

 
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