Synonyms for everex or Related words with everex
Examples of "everex"
In early, 2008,
was named "Linux Magazine’s Top 20 Companies to Watch in 2008".
("Ever for Excellence!") is a manufacturer of desktop and notebook personal computers. It was established in 1983 and headquartered in Fremont, California. The company was founded by Steve Hui, John Lee and Wayne Cheung. In 1988,
was the leader in tape backup sales with half the world market. By 1993, the company had slipped into bankruptcy and was acquired by the Formosa Plastics Group. On December 29, 2006
Systems, Inc filed a voluntary petition for liquidation under Chapter 7 and in June 2008 NewMarket Technology has taken control of
Sales of the gPC TC2502
desktop left the company with inquiries from customers seeking similar additional Open Source, but mobile platforms.
decided to build two systems, a classic laptop, also running gOS v2, called the gBook, and a system based on the VIA Nanobook reference design, which is also used for Packard Bell EasyNote XS. Its release was originally planned for January 25, 2008, but
pushed the release back citing problems with the version of gOS it wanted to use. The delay was needed because
wanted to rewrite gOS v2 for the CloudBook so it would use GNOME's window manager instead of Enlightenment 17, making it even more compatible with Ubuntu. The E17's Dock was replaced by the Avant Window Navigator to approach the same looks and functionality as the older gOS versions.
Although the US Patent and Trademark Office shows a Cloudbook trademark with an application date of December 2009 to nHoldings doing business as "nivio", a product from
had been marketed as a CloudBook around 2008.
In July 2007,
, a division of First International Computer and the 9th-largest PC supplier in the U.S., began shipping systems preloaded with OpenOffice.org 2.2 into Wal-Mart, K-mart and Sam's Club outlets in North America.
Software porting houses also sold enhanced and supported Intel x86 versions. SVR4 software vendors included Dell (Dell UNIX),
(ESIX), Micro Station Technology (SVR4), Microport (SVR4), and UHC (SVR4).
Paul C. Kim is the Director of Marketing for
(a subsidiary of First International Computer Global of Taiwan, TSE 3701) a supplier of personal computers, notebooks and ultra-mobile PCs.
In the mid-2000s,
began selling several brands of green computers. These computers are targeted at users that only need access to web applications, versus Microsoft Windows-based applications (however, the company does sell Windows Vista-installed variants).
followed on by creating the CloudBook, a laptop based on the VIA NanoBook reference. The CloudBook was bundled with gOS Rocket with a hint that later versions would include a touchscreen. At an RRP of $400, it was to compete with the ASUS Eee PC in the cheap miniature Laptop space. Less well known is the fact that
simultaneously also worked on a more classic notebook, called the gBook, and on the Mac mini like gPC mini all designed to run gOS v2.
The CloudBook came with a completely new version, (compared to the version used in the gPC) of the gOS Linux distribution (based on Ubuntu) and application software from Mozilla, Skype, Facebook, faqly, OpenOffice.org and Google. Originally gOS came with the Enlightenment 0.17 as the window manager. Though the pre-installed operating system is gOS,
has released Windows XP hardware drivers, making it more simple to install Microsoft's Windows XP. However,
warns that any software outside of the original gOS will not be covered by warranty (though the hardware's warranty will be unaffected).
A version of the software designed to cooperate with Unix was bundled with
Systems workstations. The system now sees use mainly in vertical applications like point-of-sale systems, where its ability to run reliably on cheap, reliable hardware outweigh any gains from newer operating systems that are more complex and less reliable.
In the summer of 2007, under the guidance of Kim,
partnered with OpenOffice.org to release the first Windows Vista-based PC with a pre-installed open source productivity suite. Targeting students and back-to-school shoppers, Wal-Mart stores throughout the US carried the computer.
The Cloudbook was an x86 subnotebook, or Ultra-Mobile PC developed by
using a VIA processor, chipset, and NanoBook reference design. It competed with the ASUS Eee PC, the OLPC XO-1 and the Classmate PC. The device was categorized as a netbook when it was around 2008.
gOS 1.0.1 was introduced on November 1, 2007, preinstalled on the
Green gPC TC2502 sold at Wal-Mart. gOS 1.0.1 fully supported the advanced Power management capabilities of the gPC TC2502, so the system could be put in suspend mode and after turning on again was ready in a few seconds.
Lap Shun Hui (; born 1955), also known as John Hui, is a Chinese American tech entrepreneur. He is the co-founder of PC manufacturing companies
and eMachines. He is also the current owner of LCD manufacturer InFocus and the former owner of PC manufacturer Packard Bell.
SCO UNIX was based upon SVR3.2, as was ISC 386/ix. Among the more obscure distributions of SVR3.2 for the 386 were ESIX 3.2 by
and "System V, Release 3.2" sold by Intel themselves; these two shipped "plain vanilla" AT&T's codebase.
Mr. Kim currently serves as the developer and lead visionary for
marketing. Known for developing unique and innovative PC products, his responsibilities include managing the daily and long-term promotional, and positioning strategies for the 25-year-old American PC company based in Fremont, California .
A year after receiving the patent, Hayes decided to charge a $1 per modem license fee to use it. This included any modem already manufactured, and Hayes sent bills for millions of dollars to a number of major manufacturers. Lawsuits immediately started flying. Within a month of the license being made public U.S. Robotics and Prometheus Products started a lawsuit against Hayes in an attempt to break the patent, followed immediately by Hayes suing both for infringement. Microcom, Multi-Tech, and Ven-Tel then sued Hayes, and Hayes in turn sued
and Omnitel for patent infringement. Microcom and U.S. Robotics settled out of court and agreed to license the patent, but
, Ven-Tel, and Omnitel stuck it out in court where the Hayes patent was upheld.
shipped its first hard drive, tape backup and graphics product. Seven years later, with an ever expanding product line, annual revenues totaled over $436 million and the workforce topped 2,200 employees. In 1985,
began shipping personal computers under private labels such as the popular IBM-AT compatible System 1800. Three years later the STEP computer line launched, introducing cutting edge 286 and 386-based computing to a mass audience. In addition to computer systems, high-performance file servers and a UNIX-based operating system (ESIX), the company produced tape drives, graphics boards, data and fax modems, memory enhancement products, network boards, desktop publishing products, disk drive and tape driver controllers and monitors.
As of July 2, 2008 "Good OS", in consortium with Digital Gadgets, launched the Sylvania g netbook. The Sylvania name is used under license by Digital Gadgets. Its similar to the original
CloudBook with more memory, and the trackpad and buttons have moved to the front of the device. the new system runs gOS 2.9M, a specially modified version of gOS 2.9 "space" based on Ubuntu 8.04
Copyright © 2017