May 23, 2012 -- Linux has been a mainstay in the embedded industry for a number of years now due to its large code base and availability of experienced engineers. Enter Android. Android uses a Linux foundation, but the API enables an app-store paradigm where a large application library and distribution model can be taken advantage of. Join our panel of experts from Freescale and Wind River as OpenSystems Media hosts a discussion round table where we'll talk about Linux "open" versus Android "open," example use-cases, and when does Android make a good fit for embedded? Can you mix and match both worlds for one embedded product?
Go directly to the OpenSystems Media webcast site to view this presentation. Registration may be required.
Keywords: embedded system design, embedded systems, operating systems, Linux, Android, Freescale Semiconductor, OpenSystems Media
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