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Real-Time Linux* with Xenomai* on Intel® Multi-Core ProcessorsThe white paper describes how Xenomai* can be configured on Intel® multi-core processors to achieve hard real-time capabilities in Linux*.Linux* is not a hard real-time operating system because it does not guarantee a task to meet strict deadlines. The kernel can suspend a task when its time slice has completed and it can remain suspended for an arbitrarily long time. Some of the hard real-time approaches that can be applied to Linux* are micro-kernel and nano-kernel. The document covers a similar approach using Xenomai*, which runs the hardware and standard Linux* while normal Linux* processes are suspended. Read the full Real-Time Linux* with Xenomai* on Intel® Multi-Core Processors White Paper.
A brief summation of how Intel® multi-core processors create expansiveness and efficiency simultaneously.
Describes advantages for embedded performance, security, and reliability. (v.1, Jan. 2011)
Learn about using the right tools with a symmetric multi-processing real-time OS. (v.1, Jan. 2011)
Presents research on multi-core processor performance optimization under thermal constraints.
Mark Hatle describes creating a custom embedded distribution on any architecture. (v.001, Oct. 2011)
Overview: Highlights the benefits and enhancements of the platform. (v.001, May 2011)