TI Releases TI-RTOS, a Free Real Time Operating System for MCUs

Home > Operating Systems, TI MSP430 > TI Releases TI-RTOS, a Free Real Time Operating System for MCUs Texas Instruments announced TI-RTOS, a complete real-time operating system based on a preemptive multithreading kernel for its MCU platforms. TI-RTOSs includes SYS/BIOS real-time kernel and network developer kit (NDK) TCP/IP stack. TI expects this new OS to speed-up software development by eliminating …

TI Releases TI-RTOS, a Free Real Time Operating System for MCUs

Home > Operating Systems, TI MSP430 > TI Releases TI-RTOS, a Free Real Time Operating System for MCUs Texas Instruments announced TI-RTOS, a complete real-time operating system based on a preemptive multithreading kernel for its MCU platforms. TI-RTOSs includes SYS/BIOS real-time kernel and network developer kit (NDK) TCP/IP stack. TI expects this new OS to speed-up software development by eliminating …

Porting Embedded Windows CE 6.0 R2 to the OMAP-L138

In this three part series, Artisom Staliarou and Denis Mihaevich describe in detail how they ported the Windows CE 6.0 R2 embedded operating system to the Texas Instruments ARM-based family of OMAP-L138 processors. Part 1: Evaluating the basics of Windows CE 6.0 R2 and OMAP-L138 processors One of the most flexible implementations of the ARM architecture is Texas Instruments’ OMAP-L138 SoC. …

Comparing the real time scheduling policies of the Linux kernel and an RTOS

By default, the Linux kernel build used in the many open source distributions is the normal/default kernel which doesn’t support real time scheduling. If an embedded developer wants to compare the scheduling policies of Linux to a real time operating system it is more useful to compare RTOS performance to a version of Linux that does have real-time features. …

AT&T Opens Developer Gateway To U-Verse TV

By Adrian Bridgwater, January 10, 2012 Audi: Cars have become the new mobile platform Pushing HTML5-based technologies harder than most, QNX Software Systems has demonstrated its CAR 2 application platform for embedded automation software. The new solution is intended to spur interest in developers looking to produce in-car “infotainment” systems at a time when automotive companies are said to be …