Embedded Linux eases video streaming
Developers are able to focus on building the core value of each product, instead of platform-specific maintenance.
Roku is integrating Trolltech's Qt for Embedded Linux into a multimedia streaming product.
Qt for Embedded Linux, formerly known as Qtopia Core, is Trolltech's application framework for single-purpose devices powered by embedded Linux.
Tim Twerdahl, Vice President of Consumer Products, Roku said "Trolltech's Qt for Embedded Linux allows us to create a rich interface for tomorrow's streaming media devices and get them to market quickly".
Roku chose Qt because of its ability to quickly create a rich user interface, providing an important time to market advantage.
Qt also provides ability to support multiple operating systems and devices from a single codebase.
As with all versions of Qt, developers are able to focus on building the core value of each product, instead of platform-specific maintenance.
Qt also eliminates the need to invest resources in multiple languages, toolkits and environments.
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