“Enfora has been using the Nucleus RTOS kernel for several years now. It has proven itself to be extremely reliable and flexible. The same can be said for the Nucleus RTOS Networking Services TCP/IP stack. We have experience with several other TCP/IP stack implementations and none has proved to be as efficient and reliable as the Mentor product. We look forward to continuing to work closely with Mentor Graphics on our future generations of GSM/GPRS/EDGE and 3G products.”
Scott Constien, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Enfora, Inc.
Nucleus RTOS Selected for the Enabler Series of Modules
Developers at Enfora chose the Nucleus operating system (OS) because it was a fitting platform for running the Texas Instruments radio stack that they had already selected for the Enabler modules. Additionally, Enfora’s developers particularly liked the seamless integration between the Nucleus RTOS kernel and the Nucleus RTOS Networking Services TCP/IP protocol stack. Furthermore, Mentor’s flexible business model meant that the savings could be passed on to the end customer.
The Nucleus RTOS has a rock-solid reputation for providing the foundation for many embedded applications in the wireless communications market. Other enticing features of the Nucleus software package include well-documented source code, a flexible business model and award winning technical support.
The Enabler Series of Modules
Enfora’s Enabler family is a series of GSM/GPRS/EDGE radio modules that provide an optimized platform for low-cost cell phones, machine-to-machine (M2M) data centric systems, location-based service (LBS) applications, and vehicle tracking systems, where small form factor and tightly integrated solutions are required to meet the market demands.
Based in Plano, Texas, Enfora, Inc. is a global leader in enabling wireless communications across a myriad of industries and applications. Enfora's family of GSM/GPRS/EDGE and 802.11 wireless platforms provide customers with leading edge wireless solutions, allowing them to access, use and send data wirelessly, instantly and easily.
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