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Posts tagged with 'Nucleus Kernel'

20 May, 2009

Colin Walls I will be straight with you. I am not a networking specialist. I look at the long list of protocols that we support with Nucleus OS and I recognize a large proportion of them. I probably know what they are used for and may even know what the arcane abbreviations and acronyms stand for. But I have little clue about their inner workings. That is fine. Nobody can be an expert in everything and I have colleagues … Read More

Nucleus Kernel, TCP/IP, Networking, Nucleus, RTOS

19 May, 2009

Colin Walls It used to be simple. There were desktop operating systems - like Windows and UNIX - and real time operating systems, like Nucleus OS. There was never a question of one being better or more appropriate than the other. They were different animals and no comparison made sense. Then someone had the idea that maybe Linux could be used for an embedded application and it all changed. The idea did not make … Read More

Low Power, Nucleus Kernel, Linux, Nucleus, RTOS

12 May, 2009

Colin Walls We have a great many customers who are in the business of making medical equipment and instrumentation. Given the enormous increase in the use of electronics in hospitals and medical facilities, this is not too surprising. Our success in this area has come about naturally - the products just fit the needs of these developers. We have not really promoted ourselves in this space or adapted anything to … Read More

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