Hunyue Yau is a consultant with HY Research with experience on ARM-based
mobile embedded Linux systems such as the TI OMAP2/3 platforms. His prior work
includes more than 10 years of testing, development, and deployment of voice
and networking equipment using ARM, PPC, and x86 architectures. Hunyue has
designed and implemented several Linux-based appliances, including one of the
first embedded Linux appliances, a custom db box back in 1996. Users of the
Linux-based appliances include a city government and a major wireless carrier.
He has been working with Linux since 1993, starting with a system based on
SLS, a precursor of Slackware. Formal education include a BS EE from the
California Institute of Technology.