Over a year ago, Microsoft acquired Express Logic and their flagship product the ThreadX Real Time Operating System (RTOS). Along with ThreadX was the X-Ware suite of communication, connectivity and storage IPs. Microsoft has since created Azure RTOS around ThreadX
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Picture this. You are on the verge of sending an ambitious design out for production. As the project comes to an end, you should feel a sense of victory. Instead, the atmosphere is tense. You should have known that 128Mbit
In this second part of this guide on how to set up an embedded GCC toolchain within Eclipse on Linux, we’ll pick up on where we left off at the end of Part 1. We’ll take a look at workspace configuration and creating both managed and Makefile based projects.
This guide is the first part of a Linux version of the guide we previously wrote dealing with setting up an embedded software toolchain within Eclipse. This guide is targeted at readers who need to set up a GCC toolchain within a vanilla Eclipse installation.
In the previous article of this series, we looked at the hardware characteristics of QSPI NOR Flash devices such as the package, temperature grade and other such physical considerations. In this article we’ll leave the package attributes behind to focus
Those of you who have spent even the slightest amount of time digging around for insights on embedded storage technologies know this: the subspace of the Internet devoted to this particular topic is flooded with short articles comparing NOR and
The previous article of this introduction series on flash storage was all about two things: the daunting complexity of flash memory and the importance of proper flash management. In essence, it was a warning: blindly heading down the flash road