Aplix Corporation is the global leader in deploying Java technology in mobile phones and other consumer electronics devices. The company was founded in 1986 and has been a Sun Java™ licensee since 1996. Aplix has been publicly listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (Mothers) since 2003.
In 2004, Aplix and the Taiwan based company, iaSolution, finalized the integration of the corporations. The merged company's JBlend™ Java platform has been widely adopted by both handset manufacturers and leading wireless operators from around the world. As a first-to-market enabler, JBlend™ powers the most advanced Java features, and has been licensed by over 50 companies and been shipped on over 505 million units as of September 2008
Aplix actively supports the enhancement and standardization process of the latest Java requirements. To achieve this, Aplix cooperates with leading operators and industry consortiums/forums (e.g. JCP, Blu-ray Disc Association, etc.) to accelerate the adoption of Java on a variety of consumer electronics devices.
For more information about Aplix/iaSolution, please visit http://www.aplix.co.jp
The newly released RTOS "Picco-Cube" is focusing on energy saving. It's targeting battery-driven or power consumption sensitive applications, like wireless module, wearable device and IoT related products.
There are three kinds of license:
For more information on eForce, please visit https://www.eforce.co.jp/products/microc3c or contact email@example.com
Headquartered in San Diego, CA, Express Logic offers the most advanced run-time solution for deeply embedded applications, including the popular ThreadX™ RTOS, the high-performance NetX™ TCP/IP stack, the FileX™ embedded MS-DOS compatible file system, and the USBX™ Host/Device USB protocol stack. All products from Express Logic include full source-code and have no run-time royalties.
For more information about Express Logic solutions, please visit the Web site at http://www.expresslogic.com, call 1-888-THREADX, or email inquires to firstname.lastname@example.org.
FreeRTOS™ includes official ports to 29 architectures and receives more than 77,500 downloads a year. It is market leading, robust, supported, portable, open source, free to download, and free to deploy. FreeRTOS can be used in commercial applications without any requirement to expose your proprietary source code. With a growing ecosystem, FreeRTOS is commonly integrated with both open source and commercial TCP/IP, file system, and USB components.
FreeRTOS™ came top in the 2011 EETimes embedded market study in two categories: The kernel currently being used, and the kernel being considered for the next project.
For more information about FreeRTOS™, please visit http://www.freertos.org
The Mentor Graphics Embedded Systems Division is located in Mobile, Alabama with sales offices and distributors worldwide. As a leading provider of royalty-free, embedded operating system software, Mentor Graphics helps developers accelerate product time-to-market in a wide range of embedded device applications.
Its comprehensive Nucleus operating system includes kernels, networking, USB, graphics and file system software. The Eclipse-based EDGE Tools include an IDE, compiler, debugger, system profiler and JTAG connection.
For more information about Mentor Graphics, please visit http://www.mentor.com/embedded
Micrium's vision is to provide the highest-quality embedded software components in industry, in the form of engineer-friendly source code with unsurpassed documentation and customer support. Micrium’s products consistently deliver on that vision to shorten time-to-market throughout all product development cycles.
Micrium’s world-renowned real-time operating system, the Micrium μC/OS-II was the first product to embrace this vision. The company's flagship product, it features the highest-quality source code available for today's embedded market. The industry's acceptance and praise for μC/OS-II proves that Micrium's vision and strategy have successfully hit their target within embedded industry.
Today, Micrium delivers to the embedded marketplace a full portfolio of embedded software components that complement μC/OS-II. A TCP/IP stack, USB stack, CAN stack, File System (FS), Graphical User Interface (GUI), as well as many other high quality embedded components are now available.
For more information about Micrium, please visit http://www.micrium.com
Micro Digital Inc
Micro Digital Inc, founded in 1975, was one of the first embedded-systems software companies in the market. Over the years, Micro Digital has been dedicated to providing high-quality services and developing excellent products for the embedded OEM marketplace. SMX® RTOS is a modular RTOS for embedded systems. It has been toughened by over 15 years of use in hundreds of embedded applications. SMX is a small, fast, no royalty RTOS.
Other available modules include USB, TCP/IP and File System products. GoFast® is a family of fast, IEEE 754 floating point libraries designed for embedded applications. They are fast because they are written in assembly language and specifically optimized for each processor. Micro Digital's primary focus is providing quality solutions to the embedded systems industry.
・No Royalties — Eliminates headaches and reduces unit cost.
・Source Code — Puts you in control.
・Free Trial — Allows you to try before you buy.
For more information about Micro Digital Inc. please visit http://www.smxrtos.com
SEGGER Microcontroller GmbH
SEGGER Microcontroller is a full-range supplier of software, hardware and development tools for embedded systems. The company offers support throughout the whole development process with affordable, high quality, flexible and easy-to-use tools and components. SEGGER offers solutions for secure communication as well as data and product security, meeting the needs of the rapidly evolving IoT. SEGGER was founded in 1992, is privately held, and is growing steadily. Headquartered in Germany, with US offices in the Boston area and Silicon Valley, as well as distributors in all continents, SEGGER offers its full product range worldwide.