Timesys Corporation, a premier provider of embedded Linux software solutions, announced LinuxLink support for the Atmel® AT91SAM9G20 Embedded Microprocessor. LinuxLink for the SAM9G20 leverages the increased processor performance and reduced power consumption offered by the new Atmel SAM9 platform. With this LinuxLink, subscribers will get web-based access to a Linux platform that has been pre-complied, integrated and tested for the AT91SAM9G20 Evaluation Kit, including a 2.6.25 Linux kernel, toolchain and hundreds of glibC and uClibc packages. Additionally, subscribers will have access to TimeStorm development tools, web-based support and a vast suite of documentation to customize and test their embedded Linux platform for a given application.
“The close working relationship between Timesys and Atmel allows us to propose to our customers LinuxLink support for the AT91SAM9G20 microprocessor,” said Jean-Christophe Zettel, ARM Application Manager at Atmel. “We are convinced that LinuxLink will help developers to get the maximum benefit from this new high-performance general purpose 32-bit host processor and to speed up the design of their Embedded Linux applications.”
“Timesys is excited to help Linux developers leverage the added performance and reduced power consumption offered by the SAM9G20,” said Greg Quiggle, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Timesys. “With LinuxLink, subscribers have access to the software, tools and support to quickly assemble, test and profile a custom Linux platform for a wide variety of PoS terminal, industrial and building automation applications.”
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Timesys is the provider of LinuxLink, a web-based software subscription for both first-time and experienced embedded Linux developers. LinuxLink provides the embedded software, tools, documentation and support needed to quickly build and test a custom Linux platform for a given processor. LinuxLink enables embedded development teams to unleash the innovation of Linux without sacrificing the quality, service and support of a traditional commercial embedded operating system.