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Eurotech launches VxWorks BSP for CPU-1432 PC/104-Plus CPU

Posted: 02 Sep 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:board support package? cpu-1432 pc/104-plus? embedded computer?

Eurotech has disclosed the availability of a new board support package (BSP) for its CPU-1432 PC/104-Plus embedded computer and Wind River's VxWorks RTOS. The release of the BSP comes at the same time as Eurotech's announcement of a formal partnership with Wind River Systems Inc.

The partnership with Wind River extends across Eurotech Group's global embedded computing companies: Parvus Corp., Erim and Eurotech. Support for VxWorks will roll out for the companies' PC/104, PC/104-Plus and PCI-104 embedded processor boards and add-on modules based on market demand.

The first BSP released by the Eurotech Group is for the CPU-1432 (aka SpacePC 1432), a fanless 64bit Pentium-class PC/104-Plus single board computer (SBC) with onboard fast Ethernet and LCD interfaces. Developed for Tornado 2.2/VxWorks 5.5, the CPU-1432 VxWorks BSP will enable customers who are building devices on the VxWorks platform to configure their systems more rapidly and develop software applications in a shorter timeframe.

"Wind River brings flexibility and choice to A&D device manufacturers by enabling VxWorks to be optimized across a multitude of leading hardware platforms," said Rob Hoffman, program director, aerospace and defense field operations, Wind River. "As one of our respected partners in the A&D space, Eurotech Group shares Wind River's long term commitment to giving our customers the agile solutions they need to create reliable device software for the A&D industry better, faster and at a lower cost," added Hoffman.





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