LinuxDevices: Real-time Linux Claims Single-Digit Microsecond Responsiveness
Sep 13, 2005, 16:45 (1 Talkback[s])
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"FSMLabs will demonstrate its real-time Linux operating system
delivering single-digit microsecond timing on 64-bit dual-core AMD
Opteron processors, at ESC this week in Boston. The company says
its RTLinuxPro, Carrier Grade RTLinux, RTCore real-time
nano-kernel, and Eclipse-based development tools (currently beta
testing) all support 'a wide range' of AMD processors.
"FSMLabs added AMD64 support in July, including AMD Opteron,
Athlon 64, and Turion 64 chips. The company launched it's Carrier
Grade product in May. AMD began shipping it's dual-core 64-bit
Opteron processor in April..."