October 30, 2003

ARM Joins Consumer Electronics Linux Forum

"While Linux has been gaining momentum as a desktop operating system, changes from both a technical and architectural standpoint are needed to help
the platform reach its full potential in a consumer electronics environment," said Mary Inglis, director of operating systems and alliances at ARM.
ARM, one of the largest developers of RISC embedded processors and subsystems, has announced its membership in the Consumer Electronics Linux Forum.

Established in June, CELF is an industry group focused on advancing Linux as an open-source platform for consumer electronics devices such as PDAs,
handheld computers and other audio-visual devices. CELF members collaborate, clarify and codify issues, designs and specifications required by Linux
that need to be addressed by the open-source community.

Link: linuxinsider.com

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