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Jaguar Land Rover Seeks Automotive Leadership With Linux

The automotive industry is undergoing a major technological shift and Jaguar Land Rover is at the forefront. The UK-based JLR has embraced Linux as the operating system underlying its next generation In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) systems. Here, we talk briefly with Matt Jones, a Senior Technical Specialist for infotainment systems at Jaguar Land Rover about his upcoming talk at Collaboration Summit.

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How to Choose an Embedded Linux Operating System, Part 2

Should you consider using Android in your next embedded project? Here are some considerations in making the decision from embedded Linux pros. 

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Q&A with Mentor Graphics’ John Cherry: Android or Embedded Linux?

To dig a little deeper into some of the similarities and differences between Android and Embedded Linux, we talked with John Cherry, Senior Engineering Manager of Linux Runtime Services at Mentor Graphics. While you might not need Android in a fixed function device such as your toaster (or maybe you do?), he says, "Android is no longer just a mobile communication and tablet operating system."

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Intro to Embedded Linux Part 1: Defining Android vs. Embedded Linux

Is Android the new embedded Linux? The idea ignited a lively debate among embedded Linux pros at the recent Android Builders Summit. 

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Mandriva 'Back in the Game' With Enterprise Software

Though Mandriva has been a popular Linux distribution for many years, the company early last year found itself in a tough spot financially. Since then, Mandriva has undergone some major changes, adopting a new enterprise focus and creating an independent nonprofit foundation to carry on the Mandriva open source community work.  Here, CEO Jean-Manuel Croset discusses how the company turned around, its new enterprise server and cloud products and its ties with the new Open Mandriva Foundation. 

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