Continuing its commitment to standards and interoperability, QNX Software Systems announced today that it has been accepted into the Service Availability Forum. QNX Software Systems will work with member companies to define open, industry-standard specifications for building high availability (HA) systems.
C-Kermit 8.0.206 is a minor update of C-Kermit 8.0 for Unix and VMS, that fixes bugs and improves significantly on the new built-in FTP client (Unix only). The common parts of the code base (command and script language, Kermit and FTP file transfer, character-set translation, etc) are synchronized with Kermit 95 2.1, soon to be announced.
BACKPLANE Systems has announced the latest addition to Octagon Systems' range of embedded PCs - a rugged industrial computer loaded with I/O and designed to operate in temperatures ranging from -40° to +85°C.
This qdn posting mentioned a survey result compiled by EDC at http://www.windowsfordevices.com/articles/AT7814535685.html. Though they didn't mention QNX in the text, the bar chart graph clearly shows QNX beat FreeBSD and Sun on the current project by a big margin.
The second iteration of the informal meeting of the QNX users and developers will be taking place Friday November 1st in Paris.
Michel Belanger released Workspace 0.5A at http://pages.infinit.net/micbel/.This is the first version that is compiled over QNX 6.2.
There are many other changes over the last version 0.4E. change history can be found at http://pages.infinit.net/micbel/html/0_4E_to_0_5A.htm.
AMD today extends the Alchemy support base even further by introducing the Alchemy Solutions Driver Information Reference Design Kit (RDK) based on QNX Neutrino RTOS. The Driver Information RDK is a tailored, flexible tool to aid the development of software and hardware applications for automotive navigation/entertainment devices.