Development Platform Accelerates ARM-Based IoT

Development Platform Accelerates ARM-Based IoT

X-Ware Platform target-specific, integrated development software provides all X-Ware components (ThreadX, NetX, USBX, FileX, GUIX, and TraceX) pre-ported and fully integrated for use on specific development boards. It is initially tailored to the ARM developer community for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. X-Ware Platform is designed to work with IAR’s Embedded Workbench IDE on ARM-based MPU/MCU development boards such as the Renesas Cortex-A9, RZ/A1-based RSK. Fifteen reference projects are provided for evaluation and product development and to illustrate the use of each product individually as well as in combination to ensure that IoT developers have a head start on incorporating features such as a graphical user interface with high-speed networking, USB, and file management within a real-time system. Reference projects include:

• ThreadX RTOS Demo
• TraceX Demo
• IPv4 Ping Demo
• NetX IPv4 Iperf TCP/UDP Demo
• IPv6 Ping Demo
• NetX Duo IPv6 Iperf TCP/UDP Demo
• USBX Host Mass Storage Demo
• USBX Device Mass Storage Demo
• FileX RAM-disk Demo
• FileX SD Card Demo
• GUIX Thermometer Demo
• GUIX Medical Demo
• GUIX Weather Demo
• Multifunction Medical Demo (combining all technologies)

All fifteen projects include full application source code, and can be used with licensed full source code X-Ware products or with pre-built binary X-Ware libraries free of charge. X-Ware Platform is licensed at prices starting at $12,500 with no per-unit royalties.

Express Logic
San Diego, CA
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