[ANN] EmINENT Microsystems announces ESF support for µC/OS-II

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    The Embedded Software Framework™ (ESF) is an object-oriented suite of
    embedded software libraries that provides the state-of-the-art in real-
    time software development. EmINENT Microsystems ESF™ technology enables
    true embedded reusability management, greatly reducing embedded product
    development costs and accelerating time to market.

    Portland, OR, September 29, 2004. EmINENT Microsystems Inc. a leader in
    Advanced Embedded Technologies today announced Embedded Software
    Framework™ (ESF) support for the µC/OS-II Real-Time Kernel from Micrium,
    Inc. The ESF™ software suite provides object-oriented interfaces to all
    UCOS functions. Specific libraries include ESF RTOS™ a simple, powerful,
    and easily customizable real-time operating system that adds timeouts to
    block memory allocation without changing µC/OS, ESF Base™ an OS and
    platform independent data structure, algorithm and digital signal
    processing library, speeding development of a wide range of resource
    constrained applications requiring computationally efficient (e.g.
    fixed-point arithmetic) and/or algorithmically sophisticated signal
    processing, ESF TCP/IP™ a flexible, fast, compact, real-time
    implementation (e.g. no heap allocation, timeouts, etc.) of the standard
    TCP/IP protocols including Telnet and TFTP, ESF Web Server™ an embedded
    HTTP web server, and ESF SNMP™ a complete implementation of the standard
    SNMP protocols.

    ESF™ software functions are organized into intuitively and conceptually
    familiar library hierarchies, so that you can quickly learn the
    available functions and find the components that you need.

    The result is a powerful set of building blocks that accelerates
    application development and maximizes the reuse and cross project
    leveraging of engineering investments. Multi-threaded applications,
    including complex I/O and device control software, can be engineered to
    be portable and independent of a specific platform or operating system.

    “µC/OS-II” is a highly portable, ROMable, scalable, preemptive, real-
    time, multitasking kernel. µC/OS-II is written in ANSI C and the inner
    workings of µC/OS-II are described in the book "µC/OS-II, The Real-Time
    Kernel" (ISBN 1-57820-103-9) written by world renowned author Jean J.
    Labrosse. µC/OS-II was certified in an avionics product by the Federal
    Aviation Administration (FAA) for use in commercial aircraft by meeting
    the demanding requirements of the RTCA DO-178B standard for software
    used in avionics equipment. Since its introduction back in 1992,
    MicroC/OS has been used in hundreds of products.

    About EmINENT Microsystems
    EmINENT Microsystems is a premier provider of advanced software and
    design services to the global embedded market. EmINENT Microsystems
    offers a wide range of embedded products and ODM/OEM services. These
    technologies enable next generation smart devices and embedded
    applications such as consumer devices, medical devices, M2M, wireless
    products, remote monitoring and point of sale terminals. EmINENT
    Microsystems accelerates the product development cycle and reduces
    overall project costs. Discover the EmINENT advantage. For additional
    information, please visit http://www.EmINENTmicro.com.

    About Micrium
    Micrium, Inc. is based in South Florida and is a provider of high
    quality embedded software solutions and is headed by world renowned
    author and embedded systems developer Jean J. Labrosse. Micrium is a
    privately held corporation. For additional information, please visit http://www.micrium.com.
    , Sep 29, 2004
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