Linux fragmentation not a cellular OS killer, says IMS Research

  • Fragmentation is one of the most common complaints levied against Linux as a cellular OS and, at present, there is a relatively high degree of variation in Linux-based solutions when compared to other platforms such as Symbian or Windows Mobile, but this should not hamper the OS in the long term, according to research firm IMS Research. The Linux ecosystem will have to continue to address fragmentation in order for cellular Linux to remain a viable alternative to strong competitors.

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