Operating system targets signal processing - Embedded.com

Operating system targets signal processing


Waterloo, Canada—RoweBots Research Inc. launched version 2 of its DSPnano operating system targeting signal processing.

DSPnano software product is designed to increase small embedded signal processing system development productivity and reliability, enabling OEM users to meet stretch market goals and more effectively manage lean product development.

DSPnano is suitable for small signal processing development by engineers who need stringent control over their environment. The software includes proven components, an integrated IDE, open source technologies, architectural flexibility, and integral signal processing features.

DSPnano complements the distributed multiprocessor and multi-core version—Unison System. When combined with Unison Systems, DSPnano becomes an integrated product for end-to-end signal processing systems that includes everything from tiny DSPs to large multi-core processors. The Eclipse-based IDE comes with optimization to suit development for the processors in question.

DSPnano is flexible enough to allow developers to quickly change processor sizes or even entire processor families.

“DSPnano gives project managers, product marketing managers, developers and engineering managers the tools they need to quickly adapt to new market demands without sacrificing quality or time to market” stated Kim Rowe, a founder of RoweBots, “and organizations can include it quickly and easily at low cost, getting immediate return on investment for many projects.”

DSPnano V2 is hosted on Windows XP and Vista, Solaris 10 on Sparc and on Linux forx86 platforms. Support for a broad set of DSPs and microcontrollers with multiply capabilities is available.

Pricing: $499 US for a single user. Royalty free licenses start at $3999.
Availability: Will begin shipping in the second quarter of 2007.

RoweBots Research Inc., 1 519-208-0189, www.rowebots.com

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