Tuxera Joins Intel Embedded Alliance to Provide Total File System Interoperability

January 14, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: Tuxera

Tuxera, the leading provider of Windows and Mac compatible file systems for Android, Linux and other platforms, announced at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that it has joined Intel Embedded Alliance. Tuxera supports Intel’s latest consumer electronics hardware and software initiatives providing the market-leading Tuxera File System Suite including NTFS, exFAT, FAT32 and HFS+ solutions to all Intel customers.

Intel showcased at CES 2011 its new Intel® Atom™ CE4100 based consumer electronics devices including smart TVs, set-top boxes and tablets from the leading manufacturers. Earlier Intel has announced Intel® Atom™ based storage appliances. Intel also showed MeeGo, an alternative Linux platform which it is developing together with Nokia. MeeGo is targeting mobile phones, tablets, netbooks and car infotainment systems.

“As embedded experts, Tuxera engineering works closely together with the leading chipset and operating system vendors. We are very excited to empower both Intel’s latest ‘Visual Life’ initiative on Intel® Atom™ CE4100 chipsets as well as the much awaited MeeGo platform with the market-leading Tuxera NTFS, exFAT and other file system solutions,” commented Szabolcs Szakacsits, Tuxera CTO and President.

“Joining Intel Embedded Alliance was a natural decision as Intel is a major platform for Tuxera already today,” commented Mikko Välimäki, Tuxera CEO. “Tuxera has won Intel customers ranging from PC vendors to set-top box manufacturers and even space exploration agencies. We also count MeeGo as one of the top Linux contenders in future mobile devices.”

For information about Tuxera File System Suite for Intel chipsets and MeeGo Linux platforms please contact sales@tuxera.com

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