OpenGL Graphics Library Splits The Atom

Mercury Systems and Green Hills Software launch Mercury’s BuiltSAFE GS OpenGL library for the Intel Atom processor E3900 and A3900 series (formerly code-named Apollo Lake), both of which are integrated with the Green Hills safe and secure INTEGRITY-178 tuMP real-time operating system (RTOS). All BuiltSAFE graphics libraries are designed for certification to the highest software assurance and functional safety (FuSa) levels including Aviation (RTCA/DO-178C Level A), Automotive (ISO 26262 ASIL D), Industrial (IEC 61508 SIL3) and CENELEC/Railway (EN 50128 SWSIL4) standards.

 

Mercury’s OpenGL Library for the Intel Atom processor E3900 and A3900 series with hardware accelerated Gen9 graphics leverages the safety features of Green Hills Software’s INTEGRITY RTOS without sacrificing performance. Running as an INTEGRITY native driver, the graphics library will provide complete Khronos-conformant support for OpenGL ES 2.0 and SC 2.0.

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The BuiltSAFE OpenGL library is available directly from Mercury Systems or from Green Hills Software when running on its INTEGRITY-178 tuMP and INTEGRITY RTOS. For more information on the BuiltSAFE Graphics Suite, contact Mercury at 866-627-6951 or [email protected]

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