Friday, August 10, 2007

LinuxWorld 2007 Recap

We just finished up with LinuxWorld SF yesterday, and I'd say it was a great success. In addition to hosting our Developer Day, which was well-attended, and throwing a terrific party at Mezzanine Tuesday evening, we demonstrated the ACCESS Linux Platform on a variety of devices, including Marvel PXA3xx development devices and Texas Instruments' OMAP 2430 and 3430 development boards. We announced that we have an evaluation software kit for the Marvell devices, which will allow evaluation of the platform on a fully-featured piece of form-factor telephony hardware.

We also announced the availability of the latest g++ toolchain from our friends at CodeSourcery as part of our SDK, eight new members in the ACCESS Connect Ecosystem program, including my good friends from OpenedHand, Movial and Fluendo, and last but certainly not least, the ACCESS Linux Platform minisite, your portal for information about the ACCESS Linux Platform.

Not bad for three days.