A Small, Scalable Open Source RTOS for IoT Embedded Devices

The Zephyr™ Project is a scalable real-time operating system (RTOS) supporting multiple hardware architectures, optimized for resource constrained devices, and built with security in mind.
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Connectivity

Connectivity protocols optimized for resource constrained devices

Open Source

Neutrally governed, established and proven development model

Flexible

Deliver security features for resource constrained devices

Customizable

Developers can customize for their device needs

Apache 2.0

Permissively licensed

Secure

Developed with security in mind

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Using Renode to run real multi-node Zephyr setups without physical hardware

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Written by Michael Gielda, Zephyr Project Community Member and Business Development and Board Member for Antmicro If you’re working with multi-node Internet of Things (IoT) systems, you probably have experienced problems…

The Zephyr Project: An RTOS for IoT

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How do you develop and sustain an operating system primed for the continuously evolving nature of the internet of things? You model it, in part, on the highly successful Linux…

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