TenAsys extends 64-bit memory use for INtime RTOS

November 21, 2016 // By Julien Happich
TenAsys' newly released version 6.2 of the INtime real-time operating system enables memory extension technology providing each process access to 4GB of physical memory, regardless of the number of processes and cores used on any given system.

Making use of the flexibility of Intel Architecture, the INtime 32-bit real-time operating system now uses a 64-bit memory architecture underneath. This benefits any applications which require large memory access, without forcing unnecessary porting of applications to a 64-bit architecture. Existing INtime applications run without modification or rebuilding, each with abundance of physical memory.

Included in this update is ISO certified C++11 support. Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 is all that is required for INtime developers to incorporate cutting edge libraries and services of the most significant update to C++ since TR1 in 2003. New libraries, classes and algorithms are the basis for a wide range of portable software across the industry, are now readily enabled in the INtime real-time operating system. This eases coding effort, cutting time to market, while improving code safety.

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