The Integrity RTOS supports the MIPS32 architecture and compatible processor cores, such as 4Kc, 4Km, and 4Kp. These cores are synthesizeable, 32-bit RISC cores for system-on-a-chip (SoC) applications such as battery-operated handheld devices, cable modems, line cards, and set-top boxes. Compatible with the MIPS32 architecture, the 4K family of cores run existing R3000 and R4000 user-level code. Integrity is a scalable, ROMable, memory-protected, royalty-free RTOS. It enforces security and reliability by separating the kernel from user tasks. In addition, it employs a preemptive priority-based multitasking scheduler that enables programmers to guarantee resource availability for critical tasks. It uses kernel sources with short, bounded computation times, and avoids instructions for long-latency operations, such as division and string manipulation, which can block interrupts in some systems. Integrity features networking and embedded Internet support. It supports a TCP/IP stack, web server, web browser, networking protocols (UDP, DHCP, FTP, and Telnet), routing protocols (NATrouter and RIP) and SNMP management software. The Integrity RTOS is available now for $15,000.
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