Friday, April 16, 2010

Embedded Alley

Embedded Alley is a Linux consultancy house that supplies customers with a mix of off-the-shelf software and services. The typical engagement with Embedded Alley begins with an interview during which the company finds out what you need; it then produces the software that matches your requirements along with support and training services. Embedded Alley doesn’t offer IDE tools like MontaVista or Wind River. Instead, the company expects that customers will use open source tools for their development process.

Source of Information : Pro Linux Embedded Systems

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