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Embedded In Our Society: A History Of Embedded Operating Systems

February 18, 2014


While Android and Linux are relatively new to the scene, the concept of an embedded operating system is not as recent of a development as you may think. In fact, the history of embedded systems dates back to the 1960′s. But the technology has come quite a long way since then, and the evolution is likely far from over. Check out the graphic below for a quick rundown of how embedded technology got to where it is today, and where we see it going in the near future…and beyond!

History Of Embedded Systems

 

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  • Jun 27, 2016
    laxmidurga
    thanks a lot for providing such information....................

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