Wind River Systems, by far the world's largest embedded software company, today launched its first official support for
embedded Linux. For its initial foray into the embedded Linux market, the company has decided to target its $4,000 visionProbe II hardware bring-up
tool at embedded Linux system-level software development. Company officials say they plan a step-by-step approach toward embedded Linux, suggesting
more Linux-related announcements lie ahead for the embedded software giant.
October 2, 2003