RoweBots Research has released the fifth version of Unison Operating System, shrinking intelligent network servers and services into small microcontrollers.
The company said the new release enables a web server along with other networking applications and a Linux or POSIX compatible application to fit inside any device. It offers an embedded POSIX environment for 32 bit microcontroller (MCU) based development that is Linux compatible and enables users to migrate programs from larger systems to the real-time operating system (RTOS).
According to RoweBots, the new offering supports product development and extends the range of processors that can run POSIX from MCUs with external memory to small system on chip (SOC) MCUs. In addition, it facilitates users to develop all embedded products on common POSIX application programming interfaces (APIs).
In addition, the Unison V5 offers web server with CGI, security and authentication; networking; Kernel enhancements; FAT12/16/32 file systems; flash file system support with uSD, SD and MMC; RTOS viewer tools; and other I/O including graphics and USB.