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2009 Moblin Executive Summit: Xingguo Shi of Asianux

Xingguo Shi begins with an overview of Asianux, which he says is the leading Linux distributor across Asia, before offering a demonstration of Asianux Mobile Netbook Edition and MID OS.

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2009 Moblin Executive Summit: Stephen Lim, of Linpus

Stephen Lim, CEO of Linpus, discusses how his company has worked closely with Intel on Moblin support. He says his company's Moblin stack was used in many netbooks, and that its Moblin v2 implementation is ready. 

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2009 Moblin Executive Summit: Larry Kettler, of Xandros

Larry Kettler, VP of business development at Xandros, notes his company's implementation of Linux for the pioneering Asus EEE PC. He says Xandros has adopted Moblin v2 for future netbook implementations.

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2009 Moblin Executive Summit: Jon Malamut, of Canonical

 Jon Malamut, GM of OEM services at Canonical begins with an overview of Canonical, which publishes the popular Ubuntu Linux distributions. Malamut says Canonical has worked with "many" OEMs both in Taiwan and oversees, and has delivered Clutter-based Moblin implementations for Dell and Toshiba products, and also worked with HP.

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2009 Moblin Executive Summit: Guy Lunardi, of Novell

Guy Lunardi, director of client pre-loads at Novell, demonstrates Novell's implementation of Moblin. The whirlwind tour highlights the stack's web browser, toolbar, myzone (MZone), and integration with social networking applications such as Twitter. 

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