October 20, 2008
gOS Announces Support of Moblin
Good OS, developer of gOS 3 Gadgets, a Linux operating system for NetBooks and NetTops, today announced they will expand their consumer-friendly Linux OS to Moblin for Intel(R) Atom(TM) Processor-based NetBooks, a new category of devices for Internet on the go.
Good OS Founder and CEO, David Liu says, "We see a significant number of NetBook opportunities today, and Moblin technologies will provide gOS a lower cost platform to develop new products. There are many new and exciting possibilities in the Moblin project, and we look forward to developing the best cloud computing interface possible on top of Moblin."
David Liu will speak at Intel Developer Forum on October 21 in Taipei, Taiwan, where he will announce details of a new partnership with a major OEM using Moblin for Intel(R) Atom(TM) Processor-based NetBooks. David will be speaking from 10:20-11AM in Room 201B at the Taipei International Convention Center, and will provide more details about a gOS based on Moblin that will be available at the end of this year.
"By utilizing Moblin, Good OS is providing their customers full internet functionality on Intel(R) Atom(TM) Processor-based devices," says Ram Peddibhotla, director Open Source Technology Center, Intel Corporation. "Moblin based operating systems like gOS helps deliver longer battery life, faster boot performance, and more comprehensive media experience on netbook devices."
About Good OS
Good OS is an operating system software company based in the Silicon Valley and Taipei. Its main product is gOS, a Linux-based operating system designed for consumers on Internet PC's such as NetBooks, NetTops, and All-in-One PC's. Since its public inception, the company has been recognized in technology press and throughout the industry for strengths in user interface and cloud computing products for consumers. gOS debuted on the $199 Everex gPC at Wal-Mart Stores last year. Since then, more PC OEMs have chosen gOS for their NetBooks, NetTops, and other Internet PC products for consumers. For more information, please visit www.thinkgos.com.