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posted in October 2003
National Instruments Enhances Design and Simulation Software
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10/29/2003   Post a comment
National Instruments announces a product called MATRIXx 6.3. Priced at just under $1700 a pop, it's billed as the company's first release of the control design and simulation software suite it acquired back in January. With updates and enhancements, it's also an initial step in National Instruments long-term plan for MATRIXx support.
Quadros RTOS integrated with Metrowerks IDE
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10/28/2003   Post a comment
Integration extends RTXC Quadros RTOS support to ARM-based platforms.
Wind River to extend safety-critical products to industrial world
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10/24/2003   Post a comment
Wind River's new Safe and Secure Program will target industrial applications, in addition to as defense and aerospace.
Windows Server 2003 Editions Support 64-Bit Processors
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10/16/2003   Post a comment
Beta versions of Windows Server 2003 are now available supporting the AMD64 architecture.
Enea launches multi-core OS and tools for TI's OMAP platform
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10/9/2003   Post a comment
Enea Embedded Technology announced the availability of the OSE RTOS, development tools, and board support packages for the OMAP5910 and OMAP1510 processors.
FSMLabs, Metrowerks team on real-time Linux
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10/9/2003   Post a comment
The trend toward real-time Linux gained more momentum as FSMLabs Inc. released new technology for creation of hard real-time Linux applications.
Wind River switches gears, launches Linux tools
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10/3/2003   Post a comment
To the surpise of many, Wind River Systems has executed an about-face and is rolling out a set of development tools for use with the Linux operating system.


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