7/12/2004 - TimeSys Corporation, a leader in embedded Linux technologies and development tools, introduced the TimeSys Systems Integrator Partner Program with inaugural partners AMIRIX Systems, Dot4 Inc., Nissin Systems, Vanteon, and Vibren Technologies (an NEC company). Through the Partner Program, embedded system engineering companies will provide embedded Linux system and application design services to TimeSys customers and hardware partners using TimeSys-certified Linux technology components and the TimeStorm suite of development and testing tools. Members of the Partner Program benefit from access to a broader customer base and development efficiencies through the use of TimeSys' technologies, and TimeSys customers will benefit from an expanding list of embedded Linux distributions and technology enhancements.
"TimeSys is helping increase the availability of Linux for embedded development through our Systems Integrator Partner Program," said TimeSys CEO Larry Weidman. "The custom Linux development and integration expertise of our SI partners enables our customers and embedded hardware partners to reduce the time it takes to get an embedded Linux distribution up and running on their hardware target, further reducing the time to market of their end product. And through the use of our TimeStorm tools and the code base of our TimeSys Linux software development kits, our SI partners will be able to rapidly develop new Linux SDKs and customize other commercial Linux distributions to meet our customers' needs."
TimeSys' systems integration partners have industry and application specific expertise to better match each customer's requirements for real-time, carrier-grade, consumer electronics, or other technology enhancements.
"The certified Linux software components, tools, and expertise provided by the TimeSys Systems Integrator Partner Program give us a significant competitive advantage. The resources available through the partnership help us keep our development costs down, and enable us to provide TimeSys customers and partners with better and higher quality products faster."
Sandra Greer, AMIRIX Systems President and CEO
"As a TimeSys System Integrator Partner, we will be able to provide our industry leading real-time software engineering services to a broader market of companies using the Linux operating system. We believe that TimeSys' realtime components and their industry leading TimeStorm development tools form a powerful combination for the embedded and realtime marketplace."
Michael Prevost, Dot4 CEO
"Through our partnership with TimeSys, we are able to combine our expertise with TimeSys' development tools and Linux technology resources to offer Linux porting and customization services to a broader market of semiconductor and hardware manufacturers and end users."
David Wagner, Vanteon CEO
"Our inclusion in the TimeSys Systems Integrator Partner Program highlights our software expertise in the integration of Linux into embedded system designs, and we look forward to developing custom Linux solutions for TimeSys customers."
Bob Byrnes, Vibren President and COO
System integrators interested in joining the TimeSys System Integrator Partner Program should visit www.timesys.com/partners for more information.
About TimeSys Corporation:
TimeSys is leading the drive for widespread adoption of Linux for embedded systems development by delivering the tools and performance capabilities that embedded engineers need to reliably and cost effectively use Linux in embedded development projects. TimeSys products include: 2.6 kernel-based Linux Development Kits; turnkey, ready-to-run 2.4-based Linux RTOS Software Development Kits; and the TimeStorm suite of Eclipse-powered development and testing tools for use with any Linux distribution. TimeSys products enable embedded engineers to streamline the development, customization, and validation of homegrown or commercial Linux-based embedded systems, shortening development cycles and reducing project costs. Visit www.timesys.com for more information.
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