ORLANDO, Freescale Technology Forum, June 22, 2005 - Leveraging its longstanding alliance with Freescale Semiconductor and proven support for the Freescale PowerQUICC III processor family, QNX Software Systems today announced that the QNX® Neutrino® RTOS runs on Freescale's highly integrated MPC8548E PowerQUICC III communications processor based on a PowerPC core.A high-performance system-on-a-chip optimized for 3G wireless base stations, telecom transmission and switching, and security applications, the MPC8548E processor supports the serial RapidIO specification, which brings the speed an
QNX RTOS ranked second among general-purpose, hard real-time operating systems, based on data from a recent survey conducted by CMP, Inc. (Embedded Systems Programming, June, 2005, pp. 36-40). The CMP survey measured RTOS market share through questions posed to a large group of embedded developers, including attendees of Embedded Systems Conference, and subscribers to EE Times and Embedded Systems Programming.
Employees at QNX Software of Ottawa are singing a happy tune, after their parent company announced US$550 million in new contracts for in-car entertainment systems.
OTTAWA, June 7, 2005 - QNX Software Systems, a leading provider of operating systems, protocol stacks, and development tools for networking equipment manufacturers, today announced that the QNX® Neutrino® RTOS now supports the high-performance AMCC PowerPC 440GP and 440GX processors.With its modular, memory-protected architecture, the QNX Neutrino RTOS enables systems based on AMCC 440GP/GX processors to achieve exceptional fault tolerance and scalability.
Gnat 3.4.4 has been ported and the binary package for QNX 6.3 is now available for download at http://www.ajam.republika.pl/gnat-3.4.4-x86-public-qnx6.3.tar.bz2 Compiler has been tested using the acats 2.5.
Qmail, a lightweight SMTP + POP3 server, is now available for QNX 6.
Small footprint. Easy to configure, easy to run. You can read more and get it here: http://mikep.qnx.org.ru/qmail.html
TELEMATICS DETROIT 2005, May 16 - QNX Software Systems, the global leader in operating system technology for the in-car telematics and infotainment market, today demonstrated its latest innovation for automotive computing: OpenGL ES 3D technology running on the new Freescale™ Media5200 development platform.The demo, featured this week at Telematics Detroit 2005, showcases how the QNX® Neutrino® realtime operating system (RTOS) and the Media5200 platform can cut development costs and speed time to deployment for companies building feature-rich 3D navigation and infotainment devices.
TELEMATICS DETROIT 2005, May 16 - QNX Software Systems today announced that the company is exhibiting at Telematics Detroit 2005, where it will demonstrate innovative aftermarket and OEM in-car entertainment devices in Booth #34. QNX will offer a demonstration of the JVC infotainment system, a DVD receiver and monitor for in-car use, and the latest Delphi hard drive radio, which plays MP3s and wirelessly synchronizes with home music libraries.
SAN JOSE, Calif., May 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Building on its momentum in the position-enabled silicon business, SiRF Technology Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: SIRF), a leading provider of GPS-enabled location technology, today introduced the SiRFstarIIA GPS System on Chip, a highly integrated and cost-effective solution for creating affordable automotive navigation and telematics systems. The groundbreaking SiRFstarIIA combines the industry-leading SiRFstarII GPS engine, a powerful, 32-bit ARM CPU and virtually all the peripheral interface circuitry required by in-vehicle navigation and telematics systems, and is supported by a robust array of SiRF and partner-provided development tools and applications to help customers reduce product development effort and cost, minimize recurring costs and accelerate time-to-market.
OTTAWA, Canada, May 10, 2005 - QNX Software Systems today announced that it is expanding its support for Intel's fully programmable network processor architecture with the addition of the Intel® IXP23XX network processors.