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GHS offers dual-mode IP stacks for RTOS

Posted: 24 Apr 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:green hills software? integrity? rtos? real time os? internet protocol stack?

Green Hills Software (GHS) Inc. announced at the 2003 Embedded Systems Conference the release of IPNET and IPLITE dual-mode IPv4/IPv6 Internet Protocol (IP) stacks for its Integrity RTOS.

Developed by the company's technology partner Interpeak AB, the IP stacks provide backward compatibility with current IPv4 requirements, while overcoming 32-bit address and security, and allowing an almost unlimited number of Integrity-based IP devices.

IPNET provides complete IPv4 and IPv6 networking solutions, supporting multiple network interfaces, NAT, PPP, built-in routing table support and built-in advanced IPSec. IPLITE provides a compact dual IPv4/v6 protocol stack configurable from 17Kb of memory for embedded systems requiring a small footprint. IPSec is optionally available for IPLITE.

Both stacks have additional network applications available such as Telnet, FTP, TFTP, DNS, and DHCP, along with L2TP, LDAPc, NAT, PPPoE, RIPv2, SNTP, Web server, and SNMP. Additional security protocols, e.g. Radius, Firewall, SSH, SSL, and IKE are also available.

"Next-generation networked devices will have to contain IPv6 capabilities due to the requirement for new IP addresses," added Johan Fornaeus, CEO of Interpeak AB. "Our dual-mode protocol stack technology, together with the Integrity RTOS and its unique protection features, creates a powerful IPv6 networking solution that is completely royalty-free and ready for the robust communications needs of embedded devices both today and in the future."

IPNET and IPLITE for Integrity are available now starting at $15,000 for a product license. Green Hills Software has also announced that its Integrity RTOS will be supporting Intel Corp.'s IXP425 network processor.

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