Linux Foundation more information about the Zephyr Project

Αυτή την εβδομάδα η Linux Foundation μας έδωσε περισσότερες πληροφορίες για το Zephyr Project, ένα μικρό σύστημα για συνδεδεμένες, και περιορισμένες σε πόρους ενσωματωμένες συσκευές:

The project recently hit several milestones, including surpassing 80.000 commits since it was open sourced in 2015. That's an average of nearly 2 commits per hour, made by 490 people, including 166 first-time commits. and contributed to the release of version 3,4. Zephyr RTOS supports over 450 boards running embedded microcontrollers from Arm and RISC-V to Tensilica, NIOS, ARC and x86 to single and multi-core systems.zephyr project

Zephyr RTOS has tons of software libraries that can be used in various applications and industries such as Industrial IoT, wearables, machine learning and more. It's built to support a huge number of chipsets, security, reliability, long-term support releases, and a growing open source ecosystem…

The Zephyr community will be at the Zephyr Developer Summit, which will take place June 27-30 in Prague, Czech Republic, and will essentially be part of the first Embedded Open Source Summit. [Sign up here for virtual participation.]

Arduino will join Zephyr's Technical Steering Committee, along with the Technology Innovation Institute and American multinational semiconductor company Analog Devices (or ADI, which will also join the board). Arduino CEO said:

"We believe that Zephyr OS is a really special project that will play an important role in the Arduino ecosystem and will be a big priority for us."

As a “Platinum” sponsor, ADI will join Antmicro, Baumer, Google, Intel, Meta, Nordic Semiconductor, NXP, Oticon, Qualcomm Innovation Center and T-Mobile. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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