Mentor Graphics Announces Nucleus RTOS for Wearable Devices

WILSONVILLE, OR -- The Mentor Embedded Nucleus real time operating system (RTOS) framework includes a complete range of features targeting next-generation wearable Internet of Things (IoT) devices for the medical, fitness, and security markets:

•Mentor Embedded Nucleus RTOS provides a comprehensive operating system and extensive protocol support for cloud connectivity designed for embedded developers working on wearable devices.
•Integrated multicore framework with inter-process communication (IPC) and remote process life cycle supports booting up and shutting down individual processors/cores based on the use-case to conserve power consumption.
•Built-in power management framework supports the low power features in processors including dynamic voltage frequency scaling (DVFS), low power and sleep modes, and central processor unit (CPU) idle mode.
•Process model for memory space partitioning to support device software upgrades and updates, device provisioning, and software downloads from a user application store.
•Support for WYSIWYG graphics development using the Qt® framework.

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