MontaVista Software Inc., the company powering the embedded revolution, today announced the submission of its hot swap infrastructure code to the Open Source Community. MontaVista is releasing the hot swap code as a project on Source Forge http://www.sourceforge.com) with two goals: to encourage a wide adoption of the base software and to promote the development of the infrastructure for fault-resilience and high availability.
MontaVista Software Inc., the company powering the embedded revolution, today announced the introduction of the company’s first High Availability development tools for Linux-based embedded applications. The Hard Hat™ Linux® High Availability Tool Kit is ideal for designers of central office switching equipment, ISP/ASP systems, and other communications applications. It provides a standards-based, off-the-shelf software platform for building fault-resilient systems based on industry-standard CompactPCI and customer-specific hardware.
MontaVista Software today announced that it had demonstrated the first working version of embedded Linux® targeting the Intel® XScale™ microarchitecture. The demo, featured in the MontaVista booth (#403) at the recently-concluded Linux World and Expo in New York, highlighted Hard Hat™ Linux running on Intel's XScale reference platform.
In a move that further advances its business development program and strengthens its customer support network across Europe, MontaVista Software has opened a new branch office in Stockholm, Sweden. This announcement comes as MontaVista, a leading provider of open-source software solutions for pervasive computing environments, seeks to build on the success of its growth in European markets. The company, which has its European headquarters in Paris, France, already operates European branch offices in Germany and the United Kingdom and has set-up a European distribution facility in Benelux. The opening of the Stockholm office completes the establishment of MontaVista's initial support infrastructure in Europe.
MontaVista Software Inc., provider of Hard Hat Linux, the most widely-used Linux distribution in embedded systems, today announced that it is joining MIPS Technologies', (Nasdaq: MIPS; MIPSB) MIPS Alliance Program (MAP). "MontaVista already has demonstrated its commitment to providing embedded Linux products on MIPS-based processors," said Brian Knowles, vice president of marketing at MIPS Technologies. "By joining MAP, MontaVista has access to MIPS Technologies' reference platform which facilitates their investment in the MIPS32 and MIPS64 architectures."
MontaVista Software, Inc., developer of the Hard Hat™ Linux operating system for embedded applications, announced today that the company ended fiscal year 2000 on a triumphant note, closing 15% over plan, with ten-fold revenue growth over 1999. In 2000, MontaVista captured over 80 customer design wins and significantly grew its talent pool, organically, without need for acquisition. The company also secured over $30 million in funding from key investors, including Intel Corporation.
MontaVista Software, Inc., developer of the Hard Hat™ Linux® operating system for embedded applications, today announced availability of the Linux Trace Toolkit for PowerPC developers. The Linux trace toolkit is a suite of tools designed to extract and interpret execution details of multiple programs from the Linux operating system. Specifically, it enables users to extract processor utilization and allocation information over specified periods of execution.
MMC Networks, a wholly owned subsidiary of Applied Micro Circuits Corp. (Nasdaq: AMCC) and Monta Vista Software, Inc. today announced a joint public demonstration of the industry's first high-speed Internet Protocol (IP) router reference design based completely on off-the-shelf network processing hardware and open-source Linux-based software. This joint reference design signals a significant advance for the networking industry, allowing a completely new generation of networking and communications equipment vendors to bring products to market more rapidly than ever.
MontaVista Software, Inc., developer of the Hard Hat™ Linux® operating system for embedded applications, today announced it received an equity investment from Intel Capital. The agreement will help ensure that MontaVista's software will take advantage of the architectural benefits of the Intel® XScale™ microarchitecture and the Intel® StrongARM™ and IA-32 processor families. These microprocessor architectures involve multiple business units within Intel. Further details of the investment were undisclosed.
MontaVista Software Inc., developer of the Hard Hat™ Linux® operating system for embedded computers, today announces the immediate availability of a hard real-time fully preemptable Linux kernel based on current 2.4 software. This kernel revolutionizes the application responsiveness of the Linux kernel, while fully preserving the Linux programming model. The MontaVista hard real-time preemptable kernel provides a 30-fold improvement in application responsiveness of a standard Linux operating environment. MontaVista is targeting a January 2001 release of a standard Hard Hat Linux product based on this technology.
MontaVista, Inc., developer of the Hard Hat™ Linux operating system for embedded applications, today announced its continued expansion of operations into Asia. Naming Hitoshi Arima as general manager of its Japan operations in Tokyo, MontaVista has established its direct presence in Japan. "Historically, the Japanese embedded systems market has had a tightly linked supply chain. Our Tokyo office affords us a front-line opportunity to help meet rapidly growing market demand for complete open-source solutions," said Jim Ready, CEO of MontaVista. "This move, in conjunction with our participation in Embedded Linux Consortium of Japan, demonstrates our commitment to bringing the benefits of open-source Linux to the Asian markets."
MontaVista, Inc., developer of the Hard Hat™ Linux operating system for embedded applications, today affirmed the election of company CEO and president Jim Ready to the board of the Embedded Linux Consortium (ELC). Jim joins five other executives from the embedded Linux community on the board, which heads up the ELC membership of 89 companies, including IBM, Motorola, National Semiconductor, Red Hat, and others.
MontaVista, Inc., developer of the Hard Hat™ Linux operating system for embedded applications, today celebrated the release of Hard Hat Linux, Journeyman Edition, a special distribution of the company's embedded Linux Cross Development Kit to accompany the June issue and cover story of EDN Magazine. The cover story, entitled "Linux strafes the embedded landscape", details how mainstream Linux functionality and ubiquitous 32-bit CPU technology are challenging the status quo in embedded systems design.
MontaVista Software, Inc., supplier of Hard Hat Linux for embedded applications, today announces the availability of a new real-time scheduler for the Linux kernel. The MontaVista real-time scheduler gives developers of embedded applications new options for meeting real-time performance requirements while preserving the standard Linux programming model and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).
MontaVista Software, Inc., developer of the Hard HatTM Linux¬ operating system for embedded applications, today introduces the company's Linux port for the recently-announced IBM PowerPC¬ 405GP, a highly integrated, 350+ MIPS device for networked applications. MontaVista unveils this technology at Linux Expo in Montreal. The integration of Hard Hat Linux and IBM system-on-chip technology offers developers high performance and flexibility for applications in "post-PC" pervasive computing products.
MontaVista Software Inc., developer of the Hard HatTM Linux¬ operating system for embedded computers, today announces that Hard Hat Linux is the software engine for the world's first standalone Internet radio. Cupertino, Calif.-based Kerbango, Inc. developed the Internet radio for accessing Web-based streaming audio without a PC. The announcement was made as Kerbango unveiled its Internet radio at the DEMO 2000 conference, an annual forum showcasing the year's most exciting new products and technologies.
MontaVista Software Inc., developer of the Hard HatTM Linux® operating system for embedded applications, today announces its plans to offer an array of real-time performance options for the company's embedded Linux distribution. To address the range of requirements for real-time responsiveness and determinism, MontaVista will enhance the already good performance of the standard Linux kernel for more predictable "soft" real-time response and will partner with real-time Linux leader FSMLabs to offer an RTLinuxTM accelerator for "hard" real-time applications.
MontaVista Software Inc., developer of the Hard HatTM Linux® operating system for embedded applications, today announces the version 1.0 release of the company's Hard Hat Linux distribution. Hard Hat Linux, based entirely on the standard Linux kernel and open source components and royalty-free, is optimized for embedded applications, including communications infrastructure and Internet appliances. MontaVista will demonstrate Hard Hat Linux 1.0 at the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo from Feb. 1-4, 2000 in New York City.
MontaVista Software Inc., maker of the Hard Hat™ Linux® operating system (OS) for embedded computers, today names Bill Weinberg director of marketing. Weinberg brings 15 years of embedded software and real-time systems experience to the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company. MontaVista is one of a handful but growing number of software companies making the popular open-source Linux OS available to developers of embedded computer systems.