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Dear Sir, Dear Madam,
Imagine you share a desk with a colleague and both of you are working side by side on Safety-relevant documents. Your colleague, however, would have the annoying habit of constantly spreading his files all over the place, leaving less space for your own work. You probably would protest and demand a certain amount of space, right?
This problem doesn’t only apply to you, but also to multi-core processors with a shared cache. In order for tasks to be completed predictably, it has to be determined which CPU core may access which memory areas. This process is called cache partitioning and it is needed to manage efficient computing power for embedded systems.
The new version of our real-time operating system and hypervisor PikeOS is able to handle the shared cache for certain PowerPC processors safely. In addition to that, PikeOS 5.1 provides support for the TCP/IP stack LwIP as well as inheritance mutexes and extended support for C/C++.
With kind regards,
Your SYSGO Team
PS: You can find use-value orientated videos on our YouTube channel such as our webcasts addressing Safety and Security challenges in your industry.
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