Treck, a provider of embedded internet protocols, has launched a new version of communications software TCP/IP version 6.0.
The company claims that its new version communications software provides various upgrades and offers support for 64-bit processors, the ability to manage over 64,000 concurrent connections, reduced memory footprint, and the ability to un-initialise the entire protocol stack freeing all global variables and system resources.
In addition, the Treck 6.0 includes support for several new RFCs including, RFC 3484, a default address selection for internet protocol version 6 (Ipv6); RFC 3736, stateless dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) service for Ipv6; and RFC 4443, internet control message protocol (ICMPv6) for the internet protocol version 6 (IPv6) specification, the company said.
Treck said that the TCP/IP protocol suite is designed specifically for use in embedded systems. The new version features 100% RFC compliance, preconfigured for variety of processors and supports popular DSPs.
Odile Lapidus, vice president of engineering for Treck, said: Maintaining Treck’s position as the embedded systems industry’s top TCP/IP protocol suite means reevaluating the product as new RFCs are issued and incorporating features that our customers feel would improve their designs.
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