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Texas Instruments Releases TI-RTOS 2.12

The platform can help create low-power IoT applications.

In its ongoing effort to support the Internet of Things (IoT), Texas Instruments has released the latest version of its complete real-time operating system (RTOS). This platform brings ease of use to power management for high-level operating systems, such as embedded microcontrollers.

With TI-RTOS, users can create IoT applications with longer battery life. It also provides a standard set of multitasking and peripheral driver APIs (application programming interfaces) across supported devices.

For connectivity options, version 2.12 is compatible with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Smart and ZigBee

“We have supported TI-RTOS and its predecessors for many years with our embedded middleware solutions, including a comprehensive range of truly fail-safe file systems supplied with drivers and a validation test suite for NAND, NOR, eMMC and other popular flash technologies,” said David Brook, director of marketing at HCC-Embedded. “Our networking software, developed using a verifiable process to minimize risk, provides another option for customers building secure network applications.”

For more information, visit Texas Instruments.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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