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TCP/IP protocol stack targets embedded systems

Posted: 04 Jun 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:TCP/IP protocol stack? Internet protocol suite? BSD socket interface?

Real-time embedded software solutions developer eSOL Co. Ltd has announced the release of its PrCONNECT/Pro TCP/IP protocol stack that offers a BSD socket interface.

Applications include networking equipment and handheld information terminals, including multimedia devices. PrCONNECT/Pro delivers a data transmission speed of more than 74Mbps and has a rich set of security, routing and other protocols.

PrCONNECT/Pro offers the BSD socket as the interface with upper applications, which allows for easy reuse of abundant networking application resources from UNIX-like operating systems, including Linux.

PrCONNECT/Pro supports FTP, Telnet, DNS, DHCP and IGMP as defaults and a rich assortment of security protocolsincluding PPP/e-mail, Web server, SSL and IKE library and protocolsenabling gateway functions such as NAT or RIP, and SNMP. Since users have the option to select and use only the necessary features for their specific appliance, minimum hardware resources are required.

The newly released protocol stack ensures compatibility with eT-Kernela real-time OS that is the enhanced version of T-Kernel, middleware that includes the file system, USB and graphics.

- Ismini Scouras

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