"Finite State Machine Labs, Inc, (FSMLabs) and Red Hat,
Inc. announced today the formation of a new alliance to expand hard
realtime processing capabilities for embedded systems and emerging
technologies. Red Hat has selected FSMLabs' RTLinux as its standard
hard realtime solution for its operating system, giving customers
high performance realtime capabilities and a stable Linux operating
"This partnership allows both FSMLabs and Red Hat to focus on
our core strengths while still giving customers a total package,"
said Victor Yodaiken, FSMLabs CEO. "FSM will be able to offer its
customers a solid Linux environment based on standard Linux
distribution, which Red Hat excels in providing, and still deliver
the best in realtime system processing through RTLinux."
The RTLinux design provides a hard realtime operating system
that runs concurrently with and enhances a general purpose
operating system. This dual kernel system allows time-critical
tasks to run with little interruption from other routine system
functions instead of forcing general purpose operating systems into
a cobbled together realtime compromise. RTLinux is an original,
groundbreaking FSMLabs product that is not dependent on code fixes
from the Internet community. When coupled with the flexibility and
performance of Red Hat's Linux operating system, the ease in which
Linux can be made part of an embedded system makes RTLinux
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