“This new version of the Nucleus RTOS allows embedded developers to deliver advanced, sophisticated products with features that you would expect from more general purpose operating systems,” said
System Reliability and Partitioning
The Nucleus software trace technology, built on the Mentor® Embedded Sourcery™ Analyzer tool, provides even greater system visibility with trace support for middleware stacks. The software also provides a common time reference to analyze variables and events across the entire system, the Nucleus RTOS kernel, application project, and middleware stack in order to optimize the full system for performance as well as resource utilization and power efficiency.
With the new Nucleus RTOS process model, embedded system developers can partition their device modularly and isolate software sub-systems in order to protect against faults that can bring down the entire system. Memory partitioning is also useful for field upgrades and optimizing resource utilization by loading only the files needed based on runtime requirements — as requirements change modules can be uninstalled and additional modules loaded.
“Our latest Nucleus release was developed to serve today’s advanced and highly connected embedded devices with high-performance and cost-efficient networking, security and graphics requirements,” said
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