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ST, Green Hills announce SPEAr tools

STMicroelectronics and Green Hills Software have announced software development tools and operating system support for ST's SPEAr300 and SPEAr600 family of microprocessor units (mpus). Green Hills' INTEGRITY real time operating system is now available for the SPEAr300, SPEAr310, SPEAr320 and SPEAr600 devices.

"This effort with Green Hills demonstrates ST's commitment to enlarge the software ecosystem around the SPEAr embedded microprocessor family," said Loris Valenti, general manager of ST's computer systems division. "The combination of the INTEGRITY rtos with SPEAr mpus will enable equipment manufacturers to develop complex, yet flexible, digital applications that incorporate a high level of reliability supported by software standards compliance."
Christopher Smith, Green Hills' vp of marketing, added: "The addition of the Green Hills rtos and embedded real-time toolchain create a compelling solution for system developers."

Graham Pitcher

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