Corsair and Embroiders software architecture is in production for a desktop and a laptop computer, but neither is ready for widespread adoption.
“Corsair is working on some of its new hardware in house.
Embroilers has been doing some of the core engineering work, but we haven’t started anything,” said Jim Gorman, general manager of the Embroiers desktop and laptops.
“They have a lot of great ideas.
But we’ve been working on our architecture.”
The companies announced on Friday they were working on a new software architecture that will allow PCs to work together and run more efficiently.
Gorman said the two companies had agreed to a three-year agreement to jointly develop the software.
“It’s a big deal,” he said.
“I think that’s going to be the end of the road for the Embreiders platform.”
Embroid says it has worked with the two other companies to develop their own architecture, but it will likely take longer to bring that to market.
“We have a long way to go.
We’re not there yet,” said Chris Poulin, vice-president of business development for Embroines software architecture.
“That’s where our focus will be.”
Embreiderys is the parent company of the popular Corsair brand of computer hardware.
The company, which is based in Waterloo, Ont., has been making its own hardware since 1996.
It has made PC components such as CPU cooling and memory available for years, and has sold computers with its popular Purity series of products.
In October, the company announced that it had sold more than 70 million PCs worldwide since the launch of its line of Purity CPUs in 1995.
Gammons said he hopes to continue making PC components in the future, and said the company is looking to bring its own software to market in the next year.
“One of the things we’ve realized is that we can get some of that out of the box and build a much more seamless experience for users and for the companies that are interested in this stuff,” he told CBC News.
“And if we can, I think we can deliver a much better experience to the end user.”
Gammies company, Embreids software architecture, has already been built on top of the operating system and software components already in the operating systems of some of those companies.
The new software will likely have to be built on the Embers hardware itself, said Gammins chief operating officer, David Miller.
“You’re going to need some extra hardware in order to get the same level of performance as you would have if you had the original hardware, but that’s just the nature of software.”
Miller said the software would be designed to support existing hardware, and would be open-source.
It will also be able to run on Linux systems,” he added. “
So you’re going get compatibility across different operating systems.
It will also be able to run on Linux systems,” he added.
The two companies are currently working on the new software, and will release it next year, said Miller.
He declined to reveal how much of the new architecture will be available to the public.
Embreid’s announcement is a huge milestone for the two firms.
Embers software is a platform for creating hardware, said Emmett Roussos, an analyst at Citi.
“As a software platform, the Embrains architecture will become the default platform for a lot more of the business,” said Rousos.
“What’s great about it is it’s really scalable.”
The Embreier software platform was launched in 1995 with the launch by Embreides founder, Brian O’Neill.
It’s been in production since 1999.