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HCC releases MISRA-Compliant TCP/IP stack

Advanced Embedded Middleware for storage and communication provider HCC-Embedded has released a MISRA compliant TCP/IP stack for embedded applications.

HCC’s MISRA-compliant embedded TCP/IP is a high-quality, high-performance stack that will reduce the risk and cost of using complex software in critical systems, claimed the company. It is fully compliant with MISRA-C:2004.

MISRA coding standard is widely used in the medical, industrial, telecom and aerospace industries. HCC has combined MISRA with its own coding standard to create a concise subset of the C language for use in embedded communications systems, the company said.

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The design has tested up to four times faster than comparable stacks when processing packets, the company said. It requires 14KB of ROM and 12KB of RAM in a fully configured system.

The stack can be used with many RTOSes, or without an RTOS and support for a broad range of microcontrollers is available. Included are products from ARM, Renesas, Freescale, Microchip, NXP, STMicro, Texas Instruments, Atmel and others.

Implementation and maintenance are based on software audits and V model implementation, including change management.

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