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Green Hills' Integrity gets world's highest OS security certification
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11/17/2008   Post a comment
Green Hills Software's Integrity-178B operating system has achieved EAL6+ certification, the highest level of proven security for any OS to date. The company is launching Integrity Global Security, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary, to market the OS to the enterprise and government.
Scale-RT releases open-source-based simulation software
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11/14/2008   Post a comment
Just released by Scale-RT is a Linux-based real-time simulation environment for host-target prototyping in applications running on a cost-efficient PC-compatible hardware.
Congatec rolls Atom-based automotive starter kit
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11/11/2008   Post a comment
Aiming at developers of automotive infotainment applications, board computer manufacturer Congatec AG (Deggendorf, Germany) has introduced a starter kit which includes Intel's Atom microprocessor. The kit is the result of a cooperation between Congatec, Xilinx and Wind River Systems.
Open source in consumer electronics: What, why and how
Design How-To  
11/5/2008   1 comment
This article looks at the motives behind open source, explains where open source is (and isn't) succeeding, and reveals Texas Instruments' thinking on Linux and the Open Handset Alliance (OHA).
Embedded Systems in 2028: Focus on the big picture
Design How-To  
11/4/2008   Post a comment
What will the next 20 years (2008-2028) bring to embedded systems design? As part of our 2028 series, Dan Dodge of QNX looks at more than technology.


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