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MontaVista pats CELF on back

Jul 1, 2004 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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MontaVista today issued a statement of strong endorsement for the 1.0 Specification and Reference Implementation formally announced yesterday by the Consumer Electronics Linux Forum (CELF). CELF's Linux implementation contains much technology developed and/or adopted by MontaVista for use in its Consumer Electronics Edition (CEE) product, the company claims.

MontaVista first endorsed CELF when the organization formed one ago. It was an early member, welcomed into the organization a month later. In November of last year, Montavista GPL'ed a number of technologies originally developed for CEE and subsequently used in CELF Linux.

MontaVista claims that the following key technologies are found in both CEE and CELF Linux:

According to Engineering VP Kevin Morgan, “Our engineers helped develop the base CELF kernel.”


 
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