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Accelerated Tech develops RTOS for Altera Nios II

Posted: 25 May 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:accelerated technology? mentor graphics? real-time operating system? rtos? nios ii?

Accelerated Technology, the Embedded Systems Division of Mentor Graphics Corp., has announced a real-time operating system (RTOS) and development tools support for the new Nios II embedded processor family from Altera Corp.

Support for the code|lab products for the Nios II processor includes the Nucleus PLUS real-time kernel, code|lab EDE (an embedded development environment), and code|lab Debug, a multitasking debugger.

The Nucleus software and the code|lab tools provide a royalty-free solution from which Nios II processor developers can build their embedded applications for networking and telecommunications markets, as well as automotive, digital entertainment and industrial control applications entirely from start to finish.

The Nucleus PLUS real-time kernel, the code|lab embedded development environment (EDE) and the code|lab Debug debugging software round out Accelerated Technology's complete embedded offering for the new family of soft-core processors.

"The Nucleus software and the code|lab tools were very successful for us on the Nios core. We expect that the 32-bit Nios II family of processors will allow customers to build applications that are even more complex and higher performing, thus increasing the demand for our complete solutions," said Robert Day, director of marketing for Mentor Graphics' Embedded Systems Division.

The Nucleus embedded software is sold in source code format and without royalty fees. Licenses for the Nucleus software begin at $12,495 and licenses for the code|lab Embedded Developer Suite start at $3,495 per seat.

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