RTOS Evaluation Project of Real-Time Magazine launched!

RTOS Evaluation Project of Real-Time Magazine launched!

Post by Alexander Teetaer » Fri, 06 Nov 1998 04:00:00



Real-Time Magazine has launched it RTOS Evaluation Project. You will
find a completely renewed section on Real-Time Operating Systems
including:

A. the updated RTOS Buyer Guide

B. plenty of information about the RTOS Evaluation Project including
technical articles which are free (but password protected) for
downloading about
- the framework & roadmap of the RTOS Evaluations
- preview on the RTOS evaluation of Windows NT
- previews on the RTOS evaluations of the Windows NT Real-Time
Extensions
- previews on the RTOS evaluation of Windows CE 2.0

C. a renewed section about the use of Windows technology in real-time
systems

You find the RTOS section at
http://www.realtime-info.be/encyc/market/rtos/rtos_home.htm
Your register yourself (to get access to the documents) at
http://www.realtime-info.be/encyc/protected/register/reg_personal.cfm

Alexander Teetaert
Real-Time Magazine

 
 
 

1. FREE subscription to Real-time Engineering Magazine

If you live inside the US or Canada, and if you design, recommend, specify
or use real-time systems, you qualify for a FREE subscription to Real-Time
Engineering magazine.  (Outside the US and Canada, there is a charge for
the subscription.)  

However, in order to satisfy the US Post Office, we must have a SIGNED
application from you, saying that you really do WANT to
receive the magazine.  

If you want an application for a free subscription, email the following to

FirstName LastName
fax number: xxx-xxx-xxxx
phone number: xxx-xxx-xxxx

or

FirstName LastName
Street Address
City, State Zip
phone number: xxx-xxx-xxxx

2. Return of Garbled Text!

3. Project risks for real-time embedded linux for ARM

4. Alkaline Search Engine

5. RTOS Evaluation Comments Request

6. Remote Program Load in SCO??

7. "Real-Time" Time Display in Console

8. F.S Sun Hardware

9. Mixed Time-Share & real-Time scheduling

10. real-time vs. user-time

11. Real-time (RT) process slipping time - any ideas?

12. Real time project..

13. real time project?