Cinemo Adds Support For Wind River Linux 3.0
Cinemo's media and streaming solutions now offer compatibility for Wind River Linux 3.0
November, 30 2010, Karlsruhe, Germany - Cinemo, developers of performance enhanced embedded multimedia technologies for in-vehicle infotainment, consumer electronics, and industrial embedded computing, have today announced the support of Wind River Linux 3.0 for Cinemo's embedded playback and streaming solutions.
Wind River is a world leader in embedded and mobile software and Wind River Linux 3.0 is a commercial-grade Linux operating system for embedded device development. Based on Linux kernel 2.6.27 and GCC 4.3.2, Wind River Linux 3.0 provides a flexible and pervasive development environment that integrates a broad range of hardware platforms and features for all industries, including aerospace and defence, consumer, industrial, networking, automotive, and medical.
Wind River Linux 3.0 brings together all the components companies need to develop, test, and support world-class products quickly and cost-effectively, and together with Cinemo offers a wealth of multimedia power for any situation.
Cinemo is a high efficient embedded multimedia playback stack that includes all common disc, audio, video, and streaming formats. Performance-critical components are hand optimized to ensure the fastest and most reliable playback experience whilst its modular software architecture allows customized solutions on multiple platforms, updating single components as well as extending the feature set by adding individual elements for new formats, codec's, post-processing features or target platforms. With simultaneous playback of multiple HD streams in all formats and distributed playback to multiple clients, Cinemo offers outstanding multimedia performance with ultra low power consumption.
"We are delighted to be working with Wind River in delivering Cinemo's premium multimedia solutions to the Wind River Linux 3.0 platform, and we look forward to our future co-operation" said Jim Corbett, Executive Vice President of Cinemo.
Cinemo has been created by the former visionaries behind Nero, Richard Lesser and Jim Corbett. Highly optimized for the Intel Atom™ and ARM platforms and operating system agnostic, Cinemo develops embedded multimedia playback and streaming software solutions which can be seamlessly integrated into automotive / in-vehicle infotainment systems, consumer electronics and handheld devices, media phones, and industrial embedded computing platforms.
Cinemo GmbH is a privately held German Corporation, headquartered in Karlsruhe, Germany. With a dedicated and strong engineering team, Cinemo's technologies represent the best in their class. For further details visit www.cinemo.com