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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nokia_770 N770]
 
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[http://www.nxp.com/ NXP Semiconductors] - [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NXP_Semiconductors Wikipedia entry]
 
[http://www.nxp.com/ NXP Semiconductors] - [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NXP_Semiconductors Wikipedia entry]
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Revision as of 12:16, 12 November 2008

Overview

This page provides information about companies that build and sell consumer electronics devices with Linux as their operating system. If you're looking for companies that build and sell Linux distributions for embedded devices or who provide services around embedded Linux, please see the Vendors page.

You may also want to look at the Source code download sites page, which has a list of places to get open source software from different companies.

A

Atmark Techno

ARMadeus Systems

C

CALAO Systems

E

Electronic Engineering Solutions

G

Garmin

I

iEndian - Company formed to fund and manage production of Balloonboard

Intel - Wikipedia entry

Intellimetrix - Computing for Science and Industry

K

KOAN sas

M

moblin.org - Home of Intel's "Mobile Linux" distribution and tools

Motorola - Wikipedia entry

MontaVista - Wikipedia entry

N

Neuros Technology - Wikipedia entry

Nokia - Wikipedia entry

NXP Semiconductors - Wikipedia entry

P

Pure

R

RidgeRun

S

Sony - Wikipedia entry

Secure Computing - Wikipedia entry SnapGear family of products homepage Simtec Electronics - Hardware and Software design [1]

T

TimeSys

TomTom

Tvblob

Instructions for submitters

Please add company names in alphabetical order, and follow the existing format. Make a link from your company name to your main web site. If you have a wikipedia entry, please link that as well. If you would like to, you may list a few of your Linux-based products, but please don't go overboard.