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Why 64-bit Windows Needs an RTOS

Current industrial PCs operating on 64-bit Windows that are accompanied by a scheduler on multicore multiprocessors deliver rich user interfaces and top-notch graphics. These systems offer the hard real-time performance, precision, ...

Using a Real-time Operating System in MCU Applications

Today’s MCUs (microcontrollers) are sophisticated enough to run an operating system, but they cannot run Windows, Linux or Linux variants due to the required resources. As a result, a wide range of MCU applications are based ...

The Difference Between a DSP Microcontroller and a Processor?

DSP processors and microcontrollers are microprocessors that are programmed to execute specific tasks or applications as assigned by their user. Though they are different, they both operate by manipulating a device’s binary data. DSP ...

Built-in RTOS Security for Connected Embedded Devices

Built-in RTOS security features were originally introduced to secure deployed military systems. However, today they are widely used in all industries that must secure the functionality of connected devices. The widespread use of ...

IntervalZero at iMTduo: Meet the Team at This Spring’s Can’t-Miss Event

We’re excited to share that the IntervalZero and KINGSTAR teams will be exhibiting at this year’s Taipei Intelligent Machinery & Manufacturing Technology Show, otherwise known as iMTduo, on May 9-12 in Taipei, Taiwan. This year’s ...

The Difference Between MCUs and FPGAs

Microcontrollers (MCUs) are widely used in digital circuitry and electronics.Almost all devices that aid connections and interactions with computers contain embedded microcontrollers that facilitate communication. A microcontroller’s ...