Intel Corp.., announced last Thursday that it will join the Taiwanese government to create a Linux software center in Taiwan to help local production of the laptop market and the mobile Internet to be developing. The announcement was submitted by the chief executive of Intel, Paul Otellini, who came after the two vendors in Taiwan’s largest computer maker, Asustek Computer and Acer Inc., Launched netbooks and notebooks, cheaper and more modern portable laptops with wireless Internet access capabilities.
Both Acer Inc. and Asustek Computer have adopted Intel’s latest chip, Atom, in their laptop products, with a range of prices ranging from $ 300 to $ 1000. Products the two companies will provide customers a choice between systems based on Linux or Microsoft Windows operating system. For Linux itself is a free distribution system.
Otellini said that Linux software development center in Taiwan is Intel’s effort to help maintain local product develop Taiwan. “Engineer of the development center will provide training and consulting to accelerate adoption Intel’s mobile technology into the laptop products in Taiwan. Our effort aims to save time marketing the Intel Atom processor and Moblin or Mobile Linux system. Moblin itself an operating system designed for nettop and netbook.