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  • A Small, Scalable, Open Source RTOS for IoT Embedded Devices

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At Its Core

Security

  • Developed with security in mind.
  • Deliver security features for resource constrained devices

Open Source

  • Neutrally governed
  • Established and proven development model
  • Permissively licensed

Connectivity

  • Connectivity protocols optimized for resource constrained devices
  • Developers can customize for their device needs

What's New

November 3, 2016

10 Intriguing Technologies from ARM TechCon

Zephyr Project aims to bring real-time to the IoT
For as little as 8kB IoT device developers can have a real-time operating system in their design, thanks to the Zephyr Project. This open-source, community-created code is available through the Linux Foundation under the permissive Apache 2.0 license to make it as uncomplicated to use and deploy as possible.

August 18, 2016

Open Source RTOS for IoT Gains Support from Linaro

With more than 25 billion Internet connected things predicted to hit the market by 2020, the “Internet of Things” is evolving from a promise to an everyday reality. Whether it’s how we control our energy usage or secure our homes, smart devices are changing the world we live in and how we live.

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