IndyBox Systems Enters Embedded Devices Market with Cheap and Reliable Products

IndyBox Systems, a leading manufacturer of Linux computers, has entered the embedded devices market by producing cheap and reliable embedded devices for systems such as IndyBox's Changeable Sign Display and third-party vendors like microwaves, refrigerators, and security sensors. Embedded devices are integrated circuits that embody software in a hardware form to perform specific tasks and are found in all modern appliances, automobiles, electronic products, and toys. Linux is a mission-critical operating system known for its reliability and customizability that controls the majority of web servers on the Internet. IndyBox is leading the adaptation of Linux to embedded devices and continues to be the leader in Linux hardware from Beowulf configurations to powerful server solutions and manufactures a unique range of workstations and servers exclusively operating GNU/Linux.