IntervalZero to Exhibit at SPS IPC Drives 2015: Nov 24 – 26th

NUREMBERG, GERMANY – IntervalZero, whose RTX hard real-time software extension for Microsoft Windows drives cost and performance benefits in the development of intelligent systems in industries ranging from Industrial Automation to Digital Media, will be exhibiting at SPS IPC Drives 2015 in Nuremberg, Germany, Nov 24th – 26th.

The IntervalZero booth will be in Hall 2, Stand 261. Please come by and visit!

SPS IPC Drives is the largest user-oriented German speaking conference dealing with automation and drives technology. The topics of SPS IPC Drives’ conference were divided and reached from the classic automation up to new fields of application just as infrastructure, logistics or mobile machines.

By leveraging x86 multi-core technologies and symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) functionality, and by extending Windows with the RTX real-time extension, OEMs can replace real-time hardware, such as DSPs and FPGAs, with standard Windows PCs to reduce costs, and boost quality and performance.

Further, KingStar’s Soft Motion Platform utilizes EtherCAT standards, IPCs, and the full force of Windows enhanced by hard real-time software that transforms Windows into a real-time operation system (RTOS), to create software-only, PC-based machine controllers that lower the costs of industrial machines while delivering equal or better precision and performance.

IntervalZero’s customer-centered philosophy combined with more than three decades of embedded software innovation and the proven value of its RTX hard real-time software have enabled the company to build a global customer base of market-leading OEMs and end users in Industrial Automation, Medical Systems, Digital Media, Test & Measurement, Military & Aerospace, and other industries.

IntervalZero is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts and also has offices in Nice, France and in Munich, Germany. The company is a Microsoft Embedded Gold Partner and gained Microsoft’s recognition as a leading partner in both North America and EMEA in 2009 – 2012.