Applied Data Showcases Embedded Linux Scalability at LinuxWorld

8/6/2003 - Applied Data Systems (ADS), a leading developer of RISC-based application-ready systems, will be demonstrating their family of products and their range of scalability at the LinuxWorld Conference this week.

"Scalability with Open Source software insures our customers can find the right software to meet their needs." says Fred Salloum, Director of Marketing. ADS demonstrates GNU/Linux running on the Intel® XScaleTM ARM RISC processor. XScale processors include both voltage and clock scaling for superior energy efficiency. Software root file system scalability ranges include:

With this GNU/Linux offering, ADS provides the embedded community additional solutions, faster time to market, and some of the most versatile, ruggedized and low power systems on the market.

About Applied Data Systems
Applied Data Systems (ADS) designs and manufactures RISC-based embedded single board computers for application-ready solutions. Featuring numerous OS options, including Windows CE and CE.NET, embedded Linux, VxWorks, QNX and JVM options, the ADS product line is used in applications as diverse as industrial automation, GPS, fleet management, and POS/kiosk. For information, please visit the ADS website at or call 301.490.4007.

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