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Old 08-07-2008, 06:40 AM   #1
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LXer: RipCode builds video transcoding device on Linux base

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When RipCode decided to build a video transcoding device three years ago, it used MontaVista Linux Professional Edition, a platform designed for developers who want all the benefits of an open source development environment. Dallas, Texas-based RipCode, a privately held startup entity founded in 2005, not only was operating on a six-month deadline to develop and deliver its RipCode V4 video transcoding device, but also was focusing on securing funding. By leveraging MontaVista Software's Linux technology, RipCode was able to bring RipCode V4 -- designed to process the highest volume of Internet-based video formats available in a single rack-unit chassis -- to market much sooner than it otherwise would have been able to.



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