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Interview: Glenn Henry of Centaur

Posted 10 Jun 2004 at 16:48 UTC by steve Share This

LinuxDevices.com has a new interview with Glenn Henry, the CEO and founder of Austin-based Centaur, a subsidiary of VIA Technologies. These are the folks that design CPUs for the Mini-ITX and Nano-ITX boards. There's a lot of interesting info in the interview about the company and the hardware. He says a number of their engineers have built robots, so it's only natural that the products from Centaur and VIA are being designed to work well in small, low-power, Linux-based configurations.

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