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posted in April 2011
Choosing the right OS for your medical device
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4/29/2011   Post a comment
Before choosing the specific operating system, you must determine the type that’s best for your design
FreeRTOS hits version 7
Product News  
4/28/2011   1 comment
Real Time Engineers Ltd, the company behind the open source operating system, FreeRTOS, has released version 7.0, which features a new software timer implementation that allows timer callbacks to be executed in a task context, rather than as an interrupt.
Protecting Internet-connected embedded systems
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4/25/2011   Post a comment
Maury Wright over at the Intel Embedded Community site looks at a security methodology for protecting Internet-connected embedded systems.
Connected experiences and embedded cloud computing
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4/18/2011   Post a comment
Connected experiences with embedded devices and embedded cloud computing are the topics of a couple of blog posts over at the Intel Embedded Community this week.
New developer community targets Android on MIPS
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4/17/2011   Post a comment
MIPS Technologies has launched a site for its developer community specifically tailored to the needs of software developers working with the Android platform, Linux operating system and other applications for MIPS-Based hardware.
Microsite launched for Windows Embedded Server
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4/10/2011   Post a comment
Avnet Embedded has extended its pan-European website to include a new microsite dedicated to Microsoft Windows Embedded Server operating system products and applications.
Testing android devices in medical applications
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4/8/2011   Post a comment
Designers take note: there's a script for testing Android-based medical devices


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