Going Beyond the Linux Kernel
With the growing advancements and complexities in embedded systems, there is a need for an embedded software layer to be able to adapt to greater functionality. It no longer matters that you have a kernel on the board - it matters what the capability of the kernel is. It matters what types of packages you can bring onto the board and how quickly.
Embedded software technology has evolved, and Linux as an embedded kernel offers a multi-purpose kernel that can leverage a vast number of open source software packages. Its cost and popularity have made it the embedded kernel of choice, a necessary element to any platform.
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