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 platform, which is exactly the tactic of the Zephyr Project, an open, real-time operating system overseen by the nonprofit Linux Foundation along with a variety of other big-name industry players.
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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.
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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.
Linaro Joins the Zephyr Project as a Platinum Member
The Zephyr™ Project, an open source collaborative effort to build a real-time operating system (RTOS) for the Internet of Things (IoT), announced today that Linaro Ltd, the collaborative engineering organization developing open source software for the ARM® architecture, has joined the project as a Platinum member. Linaro is a global organization whose 35 members include leading companies from many industry segments.
Zephyr OS, a 'Secure IoT RTOS,' You Say?
Earlier this year, the Zephyr project was launched to a world justifiably skeptical of self-anointed “secure” technologies, jaded by the sloganeering of all things IoT, and seemingly saturated by the proliferation and fragmentation of no-size-fits-all microcontroller RTOS platforms. Given those circumstances it is only reasonable that I find myself asked what we could possibly be thinking in launching a new “secure IoT RTOS platform.” Or, should I say, why are we launching yet another one.
The Internet Of Things Goes Open Source With Linux Foundation's Zephyr Project
The Linux Foundation has in fact announced on Wednesday, a project to 'build real-time operating system for Internet of Things devices,' called Zephyr Project, which counts among its supporters the likes of Intel, NXP Semiconductors, Synopsys and UbiquiOS Technology.
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