Linux is the most versatile operating system and can run a varied array of platforms in different types of setups for satisfying just about any type of application you would imagine.
The solution could be specially tailored for a platform and/or for a purpose giving you the advantages of a minimal overhead while allowing you to benefit from the best performance and stability possible.
We believe that the operating system should work seamlessly and that it should work at it's best. We understand that users don't have to be technical and that they shouldn't be distracted by the OS. The Internet of the users is shifting to the Internet of the devices and we know the best platform for those devices is Linux as it's more secure, more stable and it can be deployed faster.
Desktop/Laptop Linux distributions
In the idea that a Personal Computer should be yours we initiated the Custom NimbleX project that allows generating a personalized OS but since special requirements are approached in various manners we offer customizations to any extent cu customers that demand more.
The operating system could be optimized to run on a specific netbook where everything would work out of the box, or in a specific environment with a certain set of requirements. It could be branded to your specifications, have the set of applications that are considered necessary and do things such as automatically provide your own notifications to the user's desktop among others.
If the custom distribution would be based on the NimbleX the operating system could be virtually unbreakable as one of the advantages of how it works is that changes to the OS would be stored in RAM and after every reboot it would works just like in the first day.
Other devices powered by Linux
The other devices powered by Linux could be embedded devices with relatively limited resources or they could be very powerful devices that take care of specialized tasks which might be more CPU intensive. The range of applications for a Linux powered device is almost unlimited. The most familiar architectures are either x86 or ARM and for both of them there is a big variety of hardware available on the market that comes in all kinds of shapes and sizes.
Some implementations examples include:
- High fidelity Audio/Video devices that handled tasks such as encoding, mixing, streaming, playback, transcoding, recording.
- Server and gateway devices could handle some of the most varied tasks ranging from remote data acquisition, relay switching, process control and alarm triggering to storage servers, VPN, surveillance and others. Basically just about anything that should be directly accessed from the Internet 24/7 with little or none human interaction would fall into this category.
- Info Kiosks, digital signage systems
- Panel PCs, UMPCs, MIDs and some mobile phones
If you can think of a use for a Linux enabled chair, washing machine, streetlamp or some other new product don't hesitate to drop an email and we'll most likely find a solution for it.