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Moblin

(MOBile LINux) A Linux distribution designed for netbooks, smartphones and other handheld devices. Intel developed Moblin, but turned it over to the Linux Foundation in 2009. See MeeGo and Linux.
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MeeGo combines the best of Maemo with the best of Moblin to create an open platform for multiple processor architectures.
MSI netbooks, in combination with SUSE Moblin, provide an innovative interface and robust computing capabilities as well as the cost-efficiency that our customers are looking for in these new devices.
Doug Fisher, vicepresidente de software de grupo Intel, explico que Moblin no esta disenado para competir con Windows, pero ofrece innovaciones unicas y que no tienen puntos de comparacion.
Additionally, the Moorestown platform will be accompanied by a newer Moblin software version, Moblin v 2.
With Intel and the MOEA's support, the Moblin Enabling Center's laboratory and its engineers will train and consult to device and software vendors, resulting in faster time to market for Moblin-based devices powered by Intel Atom processors.
I'M personally very excited, as a fan of open source software, about reports that Asus are going to sell Eee PC netbooks running the Moblin operating system later this year.
Intel, he noted, has been working on the Moblin open source project intended to provide a Linux platform for netbooks and other systems such as mobile Internet devices.
Aava Mobile, a developer of mobile platforms, announced on 4 June plans to deliver a new Mobile Internet Device (MID) platform based on Intel's next generation MID solution and on the Linux based Moblin OS.
Intel unveiled its 2009 platform for its Atom processor on Tuesday, and gave details of its Moblin operating system which are both targeted largely at Netbooks.
Open-Plug, the specialist in software development environments for portable devices, is working with Intel to integrate its ELIPS Linux Telephony Stack to the Moblin Linux software stack for Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) based on Intel's next generation "Moorestown" platform.
Information on how the apps market fits in with 11 key mobile operating systems - Android, Apple iOS, Bada (Samsung), Blackberry OS, LiMo, Maemo (Nokia), MeeGo (Nokia, Intel), Moblin (Intel), Symbian, WebOS and Windows Mobile.
Going further back, Meego itself was the result of the merger of Intel's Moblin project and Nokia's Maemo, which they used in the N900.