TI's Design Network: What our partners are saying about TI-RTOS
"With many microcontrollers now adding Ethernet capabilities, we have a tremendous opportunity to apply our networking expertise in that space," commented
, president of InterNiche Technologies. "We will address microcontroller developers' concerns about network security and management by complementing the base TI-RTOS TCP/IP stack with additional protocols such as SSH, SSL, IPsec and SNMP. This means that TI customers using TI-RTOS and TCP/IP can easily add InterNiche preported management and security protocols. In addition, customers new to networked applications can benefit from our deep knowledge of how to diagnose and resolve networking problems."
"We have enjoyed great success providing our CAN solutions for all of TI's microcontrollers for a decade and already support the SYS/BIOS real-time kernel," stated JR Simma, CEO,
"TI-RTOS is a great solution to simplify development of today's increasingly complex microcontroller applications and provides us with a standard software platform to port our CAN solutions to."
"Stonestreet One, with our Bluetopia protocol stack, is a leader in Bluetooth solutions and has a long history of supporting TI devices with our products, which are already available on the SYS/BIOS real-time kernel for TI's ARM Cortex M microcontrollers," said
, CTO, Stonestreet One. "TI-RTOS represents a natural evolution from SYS/BIOS now that microcontrollers are commonly including connectivity options like USB and Ethernet. We are excited to support it."
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