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  • RTOS
     → March 2014

    Real-time operating systems in the cloud era: Revolution or evolution?

    Curt Schwaderer (Editorial Director)
    Decades-old RTOS technology is still going strong, and is responding to new trends and advances to meet today’s embedded system needs.

    Real-time OS
     → March 2008
    A half billion served

    A half billion served

    John A. Carbone (Express Logic)
    Manufacturers who see that an RTOS has been used in many devices are more interested in using it themselves.

    Internet of Things
     → March 2014

    The embedded world 2014 roundup: Internet of Things standardization, education, and simplification

    Rory Dear (Technical Contributor)
    The Internet of Things (IoT) was a big topic at the 2014 embedded world show, with many exhibitors focused on products and services to ease and standardize IoT development.

    Android
     → April 2010
    Android and RTOS together: The dynamic duo for today\'s medical devices

    Android and RTOS together: The dynamic duo for today's medical devices

    Matthew Locke (Mentor Graphics Embedded Software Division)
    Patient monitoring devices can benefit from the user interface capabilities and real-time data collection provided by the combination of Android and an RTOS.

    RTOS
     → February 2009
    An interview with Green Hills Software\'s CTO David Kleidermacher: EAL6+ certification boosts confidence for Green Hills, world\'s security

    An interview with Green Hills Software's CTO David Kleidermacher: EAL6+ certification boosts confidence for Green Hills, world's security

    Sharon Schnakenburg (Associate Editor)
    Editor Sharon Schnakenburg caught up with Green Hills Software's CTO David Kleidermacher to get a behind-the-scenes look at the company's recent, industry-first EAL6+ RTOS certification.

    Real-time OS
     → March 2009
    Trends are good for press, not necessarily for sockets

    Trends are good for press, not necessarily for sockets

    Jean J. Labrosse (Micrium)
    Designers must make sure that design needs are met before chasing after the next best thing.

    Real-time OS
     → May 2009
    Choosing the right RTOS: A life or death decision

    Choosing the right RTOS: A life or death decision

    Colin Walls (Mentor Graphics Embedded Systems Division)
    An RTOS product's technical features can determine how safe it will be when used in medical applications.

    Software
     → December 2008

    In 2008, software out-innovates hardware

    Chris A. Ciufo (Editor)
    More than ever before, it’s getting tougher for hardware vendors to add features that don’t come from software.

    Multicore
     → December 2009
    RTOS: Cars, cores, and clouds

    RTOS: Cars, cores, and clouds

    Sebastien Marineau-Mes (QNX Software Systems)
    Embedded devices are progressively becoming access points to cloud services.

     → February 2007

    Feeling network insecure? You should be

    Chris A. Ciufo ( Group Editorial Director)
    Green Hills has an answer for mission-critical systems

    RTOS
     → June 2009

    Two different realms: RTOS support for safety-critical vs. security-critical systems

    Tim King (LynuxWorks)
    Safety- and security-critical system functions are evolving simultaneously. However, the two system types have different yet similar requirements. Thankfully, modern RTOSs are stepping up to meet their respective needs.

    VoIP
     → May 2010
    White Paper: NanoVOIP: Mocana’s comprehensive developers’ suite for building enterprise–class security into VoIP devices and services

    White Paper: NanoVOIP: Mocana’s comprehensive developers’ suite for building enterprise–class security into VoIP devices and services

    Kurt Stammberger (Mocana)
    Mocana's NanoVOIP Developers' Suite is a comprehensive security solution for application developers and device designers trying to build secure VoIP products. NanoVOIP contains all of the protocols, algorithms, standards specifications and tools you need to turn an average VoIP implementation into a... [read more]

    Military/Aerospace
     → May 2009

    Top 5 technologies for the warfighter

    Chris A. Ciufo (Editor)
    SFFs ... multicore ... secure RTOSs: You probably could guess these would make our Top 5 warfighter technologies list. But some of the others just might surprise you.

    Military/Aerospace
     → January/February 2009

    Daily Briefing: News Snippets

    Sharon Schnakenburg (Associate Editor)
    Associate Editor Sharon Schnakenburg summarizes the latest mil embedded tech trends and bends. Included: Green Hills earns EAL6+; DoD contracts protect troops in Iraq, Afghanistan; and Power.org releases its ePAPR standard.

    Security
     → November 2012
    Embedding security into data management

    Embedding security into data management

    Sasan Montaseri (ITTIA)
    Securing data is becoming more critical and more difficult to accomplish as embedded application development has increased in complexity, especially when different communication protocols are incorporated into embedded designs. Developers need to know the options for managing data in a secure way an... [read more]

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