Radixs, based in Singapore, has unveiled an operating system runs programs designed for Windows, Linux and PalmOS. The operating system, MXI, creates an emulation environment in which applications written for the emulates emulation that enables the non-native program to perform as smoothly and quickly as it would on its native OS, claims Radixs.
The software uses wireless communications to execute the primary portion of the program on the MXI server. Interaction-control data is beamed to the MXI handheld device, thereby minimizing the hardware processing requirements of the portable device.
MXI is an operating system, not a virtual environment, and therefore has less of the processing overhead found in other emulators.
It sounds like an interesting application tool, and I’m looking forward to seeing the device in action.
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