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Fail-safe embedded flash file system
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Embedded Software Products and Services

JBLopen specializes in embedded RTOS or bare-metal applications requiring high-end processors and SoCs as well as deeply embedded MCUs with aggressive resource and power constraints. Our research and development team provides the embedded market with cutting-edge software products. Meanwhile our consulting team can help you get your next project to market faster with improved features and performance using the latest embedded technologies.

Embedded File System

TREEspan File System™ is a low footprint transactional file system for deeply embedded RTOS and bare-metal applications.

Cross-Platform SDK

The BASEplatform™ is a portable platform support solution offering a complete set of drivers, BSP and RTOS integration for any MCU.

Consulting Services

Embedded software development services, RTOS drivers & BSP, porting and integration. Firmware migration and custom SDK.

i.MX7D Sabre Bare-Metal Bring-up and Benchmark

One of our specialities at JBLopen is board bring-up, either for bare metal or various commercial and open source RTOSes. Despite the number of different platforms, CPU architectures and RTOSes out there, low level bring-up, BSP and driver development are

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Improving Interrupt Latency on the Cortex-A9

Continuing from the last post, this article explores features specific to early members of the ARM Cortex-A family such as the Cortex-A9. Namely the L2 cache and TLB lockdown features found in those processors. It’s important to note that those

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ARM Cortex-A Interrupt Latency

In this article, I’ll explore interrupt latency of a Cortex-A9 under various scenarios — and yes, it’s still on the Zynq-7000, since I still have that board on my desk from the last two articles. An upcoming follow-up article will

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Embedded Storage on the snickerdoodle

This is a continuation of the snickerdoodle adventure, following last week’s successful “hello world” , using Micrium’s µC/OS RTOS. In this series of articles, I’m exploring the capabilities of the snickerdoodle as a development platform for high performance real-time operating systems.

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snickerdoodle says Hello World!

What would make a better first post about embedded software than a hello world project on a brand-new development board. It’s the krtkl snickerdoodle I received with much excitement last week. In these next series of articles, I’m going to

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