ORBexpress extends support to Wind River’s VxWorks 6.9 RTOS - Embedded.com

ORBexpress extends support to Wind River’s VxWorks 6.9 RTOS

Objective Interface Systems, Inc. (OIS) has announced that its ORBexpress product now supports Wind River’s VxWorks 6.9 real-time operating system (RTOS) with symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) on multicore platforms. ORBexpress is a high performance, secure real-time implementation of the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) standard, providing a common communication platform that is available on a variety of processors, operating systems, compilers, and in C++, Ada, Java and VHDL for FPGA implementations.

ORBexpress has a multithreaded communications architecture that is designed to scale in a multicore environment. It supports multithreading by making more efficient use of shared resources. By implementing ORBexpress on VxWorks 6.9 RTOS, developers can move their application to a multicore environment without rewriting code. ORBexpress supports VxWorks 6.9 on a variety of processors including the x86, ARM, PowerPC, and other processor families.

For more information and product evaluations, visit www.ois.com.

Toni McConnel covers new products in the embedded systems industry and is a partner in the technical writing team TechRite Associates. She can be reached at .

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