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Luis Sanchez
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Luis Sanchez   6/15/2011 8:59:47 PM
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Quite interesting site. Now we can explore wireless connectivity with an open source for the embedded systems. This can be a great academic and research tool.

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Oz@OpenLink   4/13/2011 4:28:07 AM
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Thanks for the article, Janine! We’re excited about this initiative, and look forward to working with the community on great new projects! I recently wrote a blog post (http://openlink.org/blogs/first-post-launching-open-source-initiative) that gives more historical information about OpenLink, and what we envision from the project. I hope you and your readers will check it out! – Oz Krakowski, TI’s OpenLink community manager for wireless connectivity solutions

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