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eSOL and RTI partner to deliver automotive and industrial embedded solutions

eSOL and Real-Time Innovations (RTI) have announced a partnership that will see them support the devlopment of high-performance, secure embedded applications for automotive and industrial applications running on multicore systems.

The agreement sees RTI, which developed the foundations of the Data Distribution Service (DDS) connectivity standard, partnering with eSOL the first commercial RTOS vendor with multicore support for the first chip with an Arm multicore CPU.

RTI's Connext DDS will now be fully integrated with eSOL eMCOS, its ultra-scalable Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) platform, which will allow eMCOS developers to take advantage of various benefits when developing distributed real-time systems while leveraging open standards and high-performance commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technology.

Both RTI and eSOL enable real-time applications based on a modern architecture design - the Connext DDS data-centric connectivity framework combined with the eMCOS multikernel architecture, provides the lowest multicore latencies for an RTOS on multicore hardware.

Combined, these technologies provide high levels of efficiency and security for developers of complex multicore systems, such as autonomous vehicles or industrial robots.

"To meet the huge challenges of embedded systems in terms of efficiency and security, we cannot rely on proprietary solutions,” said Bob N. Ueyama, Executive Vice President of eSOL. “We need to develop and use open standards to jointly tackle future development problems."

"We are pleased to work with eSOL to enable next-generation applications for the industrial and automotive markets,” added Kelvin Hor, Regional Manager, RTI. “Our mutual commitment to open standards and high-performance technology provides developers with proven, low-latency software without the need for custom code.”

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Neil Tyler

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