Integrated Systems Inc is set to enhance its embedded Internet operating systems offering through its deal with Internet appliance pioneer Diba Inc. Under the agreement, Integrated Systems will bundle Diba’s Information Appliance suite, the one it’s touting to put the world and its toaster on the Web (CI No 3,055), with Integrated’s pSOSystem embedded real-time operating system. Integrated, which last year trademarked the term Embedded Internet, says the deal will give it competitive edge in information appliances, which it considers will be the killer application of the embedded Internet. The companies Embedded Internet offerings include a Java adaptation layer and complementary pERC virtual machine with real-time capabilities, an embedded HTTP server, World Wide Web management for SNMP and a complete graphics library aimed at consumer electronics suppliers. The company believes it was the first to incorporate embedded Internet technology in a real-time operating system. PSOS with Diba’s technology is available now. Prices start from $7,650 and include pSOS, pSOSystem, board support packages, debugger, and an ANSI C target library.