March 18, 2004
Survey reveals key embedded Linux market trends
Anonymous Reader writes "LinuxDevices has published the results of its fourth annual Embedded Linux Market Survey. Key observations include: no single embedded Linux vendor dominates the market; tools are still important, but "Cost/Freeness" rules; ARM is overtaking x86, for most popular processor architecture; developers favor support fees over runtime royalties; embedded Linux developers aren't afraid of SCO; and, embedded Linux popularity continues to grow. Along with colorful charts and a discussion of these key observations, complete survey data is available."