Difference between revisions of "Sponsors"

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* [http://www.coresystems.de/ coresystems GmbH] for development of the libpayload usb stack and many other source code contributions.
 
* [http://www.coresystems.de/ coresystems GmbH] for development of the libpayload usb stack and many other source code contributions.
 
* [http://code.google.com/ Google, Inc.], for sponsoring [http://google-code-updates.blogspot.com/2006/11/google-sponsors-linuxbios-project.html QA-related coreboot development].
 
* [http://code.google.com/ Google, Inc.], for sponsoring [http://google-code-updates.blogspot.com/2006/11/google-sponsors-linuxbios-project.html QA-related coreboot development].
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* [https://www.raptorengineeringinc.com/ Raptor Engineering] for work on AMD-based server platforms.
 
* [http://se-eng.com/ Sage Electronic Engineering] for developing AMD based platforms and as a coreboot GSoC mentor  
 
* [http://se-eng.com/ Sage Electronic Engineering] for developing AMD based platforms and as a coreboot GSoC mentor  
 
* [http://secunet.de/ secunet Security Network AG] for sponsoring i945 and notebook support development.
 
* [http://secunet.de/ secunet Security Network AG] for sponsoring i945 and notebook support development.

Revision as of 18:28, 16 February 2015

coreboot has become a remarkable firmware project providing an alternative to royalty based legacy BIOS implementations. This has often been a Sisyphean challenge in a hardware market that keeps bringing hundreds and hundreds of mainboards every year. No developer can even attempt to keep up with all of these boards.


If you want to become a coreboot sponsor, please contact Stefan Reinauer or Ronald G. Minnich.

If you sponsored hardware or development and are not mentioned on this list, please contact us so we can mention you here.


Development Sponsors


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Coreboot logo sponsors