Mobile Linux OS eyes lower-cost cellphones

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Sep 25, 2006 1:21 AM EDT
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MontaVista has upgraded its Linux-based software platform for mobile phones. Mobilinux 4.1 supports lower-cost hardware, the company says, thanks to footprint improvements aimed at lessening DRAM and flash memory requirements. The OS includes advanced real-time capabilities, and is suitable for use on single-chipset, mass market phones, according to the company.

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