Xerox honors Swedish inventor of minimalistic operating system with maximal field of application

19 February, 2008 - 10:48

"This year Chester Carlson award goes to the Swedish
programming genius Adam Dunkels, young researcher at SICS, Swedish
Institute of Computer Science. He has developed a program that enables
tiny, built-in computers to send and receive information wireless via
Internet. Today Dunkels program is used by hundreds of companies. For
example it can be found in NASA: s satellites and in exclusive BMW cars."

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