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ECosCentric

eCosCentric Limited
Private
Industry Computer software
Founded 2002
Headquarters Cambridge, England
Key people
eCos Founders
Products eCosPro
Number of employees
~10 (2005)
Website www.ecoscentric.com

eCosCentric Limited is a privately held company dedicated to open source software, with a distinct focus on eCos. Founded in 2002 by the original eCos developers,[1] it has headquarters in Cambridge in England from where it continues to support, develop and provide commercial services for eCos and RedBoot.[2] eCosCentric also provide a commercially strengthened version of eCos, eCosPro, which is targeted at professional developers looking to integrate eCos within commercial products.[3]

References

  1. ^ "eCosCentric announces eCosPro(R) selection by Philips for next generation Nexperia(TM) Set-top box semiconductor solutions" (Press release). Dedicated Systems. 2006-07-13. Retrieved 2007-03-31. 
  2. ^ Larmour, Jonathan (May 2005). "How eCos can be shrunk to fit" (PDF). Embedded Systems Europe. p. 34. 
  3. ^ "eCosCentric announces eCosPro Developer's Kit" (Press release). OSNews. 2003-09-02. Retrieved 2007-03-31. 

External links

  • Official website
  • eCos


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