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2014-03-20 Grasping parallelism and concurrency
Understand the distinction between these two, and see how those distinctions affect the embedded programmer's world.
2013-09-10 Choosing the right RTOS scheduling algorithms
Learn how to do away with the need for a full RTOS implementation by using a hardware/software system modelling tool to build a dedicated scheduler.
2004-03-25 Ericsson, Sony to increase stakes in Symbian
Ericsson Chief Executive Carl-Henric Svanberg is urging minority shareholders in Symbian to use their proportional preemption rights to stop Nokia gaining a majority stake in mobile phone operating system supplier.
2014-07-15 Utilising ASOS for the Internet of Things (Part 1)
An RTOS used to control multiple tasks running on an embedded system may be synthesised and the result is an application specific operating system (ASOS). Part 1 covers the building blocks of this concept.
2008-08-29 RTOS support rolls for PowerPC 440 core on Virtex-5 FPGA
The folks at Express Logic, supplier of royalty-free RTOS, and Avnet Electronics Marketingsay that the ThreadX RTOS now supports the PowerPC 440 processor embedded in Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGAs.
2006-10-16 Mainline Linux kernel includes real-time features
The need of embedded developers to maintain real-time patch sets outside the mainline Linux kernel may be coming to an end, according to Linux developer service provider TimeSys.
2001-02-01 Following different roads to real-time Java
This technology news article describes the move of various companies in making Java achievable for real-time embedded systems.
2003-09-01 Embedded Linux technologies: More power to you
While users perceive results of power management in terms of battery life, it is really a combination of CPU capabilities, system software, middleware and policy.
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