Addressing the complex needs of emerging machine-to-machine (M2M) communications
The exploding growth of cellular and new types of wireless technologies has enabled M2M to advance and become more pervasive than ever. The challenge is how to provide customers with a software stack that can be easily programmed or modified as demands change. CCww’s commitment to its customers requires that it offer leading-edge cellular platforms, reference designs, and ready-to-use modules that can be modified once implemented.
The advantages of Nucleus RTOS
The Nucleus RTOS was a great value to CCww for a number of reasons:
- Performance: Nucleus is a proven and stable OS capable of multi-tasking performance in a fast and efficient manner.
- Footprint: The small size of Nucleus means very low overhead (costs stay low) with no compromise in performance.
- Source code: Nucleus code is well-documented and easy to manage.
Nucleus RTOS well-positioned for the M2M space
Nucleus helped CCww bring its wireless protocol stack to market faster – at a lower cost. With Nucleus, CCww’s customers are assured of a reliable and scalable operating system. Nucleus licensing and Mentor Graphics tech support are also major advantages to CCww and its customers.
“Mentor Graphics provides a reliable and scalable RTOS along with the necessary tool technologies. The company has a good reputation in EDA and in embedded systems.”
Communications Consultants Worldwide, Ltd. (CCww) is an established wireless solutions provider of protocol-stack IP and reference designs used by leading handset devel¬opers. Founded in 2000, the United Kingdom-based company quickly established a solid reputa¬tion for comprehensive design and support services, enabling its customers to deliver innovative products for the Global System for Mobile (GSM) communica¬tions. The company is well-positioned to take advantage of the quickly emerging machine-to-machine (M2M) communications sector.
CCww – wireless protocol stack IP and reference design provider
Nucleus RTOS is a proven, stable, and optimized real time operating system deployed on over 3 billion embedded devices. It's the first real time os integrated with power management features (DVFS, Deep Sleep Modes, and Power/Clock Gating) enabling engineers to take full advantage of the latest power saving technologies.
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