Devon IT Announces DeTOS Operating System Software Compatibility with ARM Processors

Devon IT Today Announced That it has Achieved Full Compatibility with Processors Running the ARM Cortex A8 High-Performance Processors.

Today’s ARM processors run high-end feature phones, netbooks, DTVs, printers, automotive-infotainment, and thin clients.  Cortex-A8 processors are designed to meet the needs of markets requiring high performance with power-efficiency, often integrating web connectivity and offer proven high-performance solutions with millions of units shipped annually.

With its next-generation thin client solutions, Devon IT is taking full advantage of DeTOS (Devon Terminal Operating System) running on ARM processor solution to deliver the advanced VDI and accelerated multimedia experience, users of ARM devices demand.   Devon IT DeTOS originated as a small footprint remote desktop access solution and is designed to be a low overhead, powerful, and flexible OS.  Companies offering devices with Cortex A8 processors include: Texas Instruments, Samsung, Freescale, Broadcom and others.  More information in the Cortex A8 is available at www.arm.com

“DeTOS is the most flexible and advanced thin client OS available, and is built with specific customer feedback and requirements from some of the most advanced users partners in the world. Extending DeTOS to support a wide array of ARM devices provides a cohesive solution to embedded devices that need superior performance ease of management, configurations, and system updates.”

– Makoid, President Devon IT

“The ARM System-on-a Chip (SoC) architecture has the best MIPS to dollars ratio in the industry and all the necessary computing capability coupled with a very attractive price point. SoC designs consume less power with a higher reliability at a lower cost point than the multi-chip systems.  Devon IT’s DeTOS strongly supports embedded processing and we look forward to bringing to market exciting new devices based on the ARM SoC architecture.”

– Ian Geiser, CTO, Devon IT

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