Altreonic: fault tolerant RTOS for ARM Cortex-M microcontrollers

Altreonic has now ported the latest VirtuosoNext Designer to ARM Cortex M-series microcontrollers. The latest version fully exploits the Memory Protection support to provide fine-grain partitioning and allows fine-grain recovery from processor exceptions in a few microseconds at the Task level. This effectively provides fault tolerance for the applications without the system experiencing any significant delay and without having to apply costly hardware redundancy schemes. At the system level, the resilience level is greatly increased at virtually no cost. The economic advantages are significant.

Altreonic introducing a starter's license for VirtuosoNext Designer including Visual Designer (with all code generators), Event Tracer and a Windows 32bit node (used for cross-development, simulation or as a node in a system). Also includes is a one day free training in our offices. Embedded targets are evaluation and development boards with a connection to a host PC and with JTAG support. First available targets are ARM-M and -R boards.


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