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ISDCorp announces Royal Linux support for MIPS

Mar 28, 2000 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive

SAN JOSE, Calif. — (press release) — Integrated Software & Devices Corporation (ISDCorp), a leader in embedded Linux, today announced that ISDCorp has joined the MIPS Alliance Program. The agreement calls for ISDCorp to provide Royal Linux to MIPS32 and other MIPS architecture processors. In addition, ISDCorp will offer systems integration services, software drivers and Linux support for MIPS Technologies customers and licensees.

Having recently announced the production availability of Royal Linux and the successful port of Linux 2.2.1, ISDCorp is working to ensure that any systems manufacturer using RISC processors can now take advantage of the footprint and speed of Royal Linux for their devices, at a cost considerably lower than that of other embedded operating systems. “This agreement with ISDCorp will be providing an embedded Linux solution for MIPS Technologies customers and licensees faced with market demand for shortened design schedules and reduced costs,” stated Brian Knowles, vice president of marketing for MIPS Technologies, Inc.

“This is yet another example of ISDCorp's ability to support top-tier RISC IP providers and their customers. MIPS Technologies is a market leader and one of the world's primary architects of embedded 32- and 64-bit processors,” commented Dan Wald, vice president of Business Development for ISDCorp. With over nine years of experience supporting leading electronic OEMs with OS ports and device drivers for their embedded systems, ISDCorp has repeatedly demonstrated its system software knowledge and expertise. “As MIPS Technologies delivers more powerful 32- and 64-bit processor technology to its customers and licensees, ISDCorp's Royal Linux for MIPS based processors will accelerate product development while reducing cost and time-to-markets,” Wald concluded.

About MIPS Technologies, Inc. (www.mips.com)

MIPS Technologies, Inc. is one of the world's primary architects of embedded 32- and 64-bit RISC processors. The company drives the broadest architectural alliance that is delivering 32- and 64-bit embedded RISC solutions. The company licenses its intellectual property to semi-conductor companies, ASIC developers, and system OEMs. MIPS Technologies, Inc. and its licensees offer the widest range of robust, scalable processors in standard, custom, semi-custom and application-specific products. icensees currently include: Alchemy Microprocessor Design Group (Cadence); ATI Technologies Inc.; Broadcom Corporation; Centillium Communications, Inc.; Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd.; CommQuest (IBM); ESS Technology, Inc.; Excess Bandwidth Corporation; General Instrument Corporation; Integrated Device Technology, Inc. (IDT); Lara Technology, Inc.; LSI Logic Corporation; Macronix; Metalink Ltd.; NEC Corporation; NKK Corporation; Philips Semiconductors; Quantum Effect Devices, Inc. (QED); Sandcraft, Inc.; SiByte, Inc.; Sony Corporation; Synova; Texas Instruments Incorporated; Toshiba Corporation; and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. Numerous companies utilize MIPS-based intellectual property.

About ISDCorp (www.isdcorp.com)

Integrated Software & Devices Corporation (ISDCorp) is a leading supplier of system software, intellectual property and software services for the embedded computing market, including embedded Linux and VxWorks applications. The company specializes in microprocessor-specific operating system ports, software device drivers and embedded system integration. Its customers and partners include AMD, ARM Ltd., Cirrus Logic, Cisco, Hewlett-Packard, Hitachi Data Systems, IBM, MIPS Technologies, Motorola, National Semiconductor, Siemens, Sony, Sun Microsystems, Toshiba and other Fortune 500 companies seeking custom development, testing and certification for their driver, software and embedded system requirements. Headquartered in San Jose, ISDCorp has brought new technologies to market since 1991.

 
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