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  Sharp Corporation

Sharp's Personal Solutions Business Development Group, which develops home information appliances for consumers, used Wind River® Linux for one of its products—the world's first notebook computer with an optical sensor liquid crystal touch pad. Learn how Wind River helped Sharp shorten development, reduce costs, and enable innovative features.




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  Magnum Semiconductor

Magnum Semiconductor is a leading provider of chips, software, and platforms for consumer entertainment systems and the professional broadcast infrastructure. The Wind River solution allows the company to standardize on a single common development environment that includes the Wind River real-time operating system (RTOS), Linux platform, and debugging platform.




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  Mobile Broadcasting Corporation

Mobile Broadcasting teamed with Toshiba to design the MBR0501A, a portable broadcast satellite receiver and mobile handheld device using Wind River Platform for Consumer Devices, Linux Edition. Learn how Wind River helped this company focus its talents on building a better portable broadcast receiver while increasing development efficiency, improving boot time, and accelerating time-to-market.




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  Mobile Technika

Mobile Technika offers products and services for the burgeoning Wi-Fi IP communications marketplace. Learn how VxWorks® helped the company enhance the quality, performance, and efficiency of its next-generation Wi-Fi IP phones and communications server—and why Mobile Technika says VxWorks provides better reliability than any other operating system.




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  Data Robotics

To develop an effortless RAID-free storage robot, Data Robotics needed a robust RTOS. Read about how Wind River Platform for Consumer Devices, VxWorks Edition provided Data Robotics with the fast-boot, small-footprint run-time environment it needed to make its product stand out and later receive CNET's Editor's Choice Award.




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  AMX

AMX offers hardware and software solutions spanning control and automation, switching, distributed audio and video, and technology management. Learn how AMX is moving from a roll-your-own (RYO) Linux solution to Wind River Platform for Consumer Devices, Linux Edition for its entire AMX Touch Panel product line.




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  Motorola

"Wind River's products were chosen by Motorola because of their proven functionality, reliability, and value," said Don Hopp, vice president of engineering, digital core gateways, for Motorola Broadband Communications Sector. "Wind River provides a robust solution that allows us to manage system complexity, while providing the foundation technology to integrate the latest in interactive TV middleware."




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  Humax

"Humax chose the Wind River Platform for Consumer Devices because of its proven functionality, reliability, and value," said Juha Park, general manager for Humax's DTV development team. "With Wind River's proven connectivity, tools, and OS technologies found within the platform, we were able to concentrate on our core digital video expertise and bring these leading products to market on time, and on budget."

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