NORCROSS, GEORGIA: AMI, Inc. (AMI), a global leader in BIOS, remote management tools, network data storage products and unique solutions based on the Linux® and Android™ operating systems, is pleased to announce its expanded roster of porting and development support services for Internet of Things (IoT) and embedded projects based on the Linux and Android operating systems for a variety of off-the-shelf Intel® Baseboard Support Package (BSP) designs.
Speaking about the company’s ability to provide these services, AMI CEO and President Subramonian Shankar noted that “AMI occupies a unique position as the only Independent BIOS Vendor (IBV) and Operating System Vendor (OSV) for Linux, Android and Chrome™ OS.”
He continued by saying that “many systems for the burgeoning Internet of Things make use of these popular operating systems due to their flexibility and openness to customization. AMI leverages its deep experience with Linux and Android customization, as well Intel-architecture embedded hardware and firmware platforms, to now offer extensive engineering services to OEMs and ODMs to assist with their development projects for embedded and IoT solutions. AMI is extremely proud to offer a complete range of porting services for these projects, including driver and app development in addition to extensive OS customization.”
“As both an IBV and OSV with Linux and Android porting capabilities, AMI can improve or differentiate the system-builders’ platforms in a wide range of ways, including manageability, cost reduction and security,” commented Mr. Shankar. “In turn, this helps to promote the adoption rate of Intel BSP designs for use in a great variety of IoT applications.”
AMILinux is a Debian®-based Linux operating system that is optimized for embedded devices of all kinds, built upon an extensive custom library of commercially tried and tested applications. This flexible embedded Linux solution includes not only the AMILinux stack, but all of the development tools and support features needed to develop, prototype and debug your IoT or embedded project.
The AMILinux stack features a high level of modularity, with the ability to easily configure and build the firmware image by selecting desired features through an intuitive graphical development tool chain. These features are available in independently maintained packages, for easy manageability and customization of the complete firmware stack.
About Android™ Solutions from AMI
AMI applies its deep expertise with x86 hardware and the Android OS to create unique Android products and solutions for Intel® hardware platforms. AMI also offers extensive engineering and support services for OEMs and developers requiring assistance with Android development projects, including driver and app development and Android OS customization services.
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