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With HyperSpace, Phoenix Rises on Moblin

Article Source The Moblin Weblog
July 28, 2009, 8:18 pm

Phoenix Technologies is the one of the premiere behind-the-scenes companies in the computer business. The company’s Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) code and chips have powered PCs for decades. The coolest software from Phoenix is called HyperSpace, and Phoenix will now “align” HyperSpace with Moblin.

Phoenix describes HyperSpace as “a compact and secure application environment on the PC that runs side-by-side with a traditional OS such as Microsoft Windows Vista. This new environment gives PC users the benefit of having key productivity and lifestyle applications available ‘instant-on’ on their PCs in a very predictable fashion, while at the same time being able to run all of their Windows applications at full performance. Using applications on HyperSpace such as a DVD player while Windows is in suspended mode, enables PC users to extend their PC’s battery life...”

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