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Linux tools make the most of AMD processors

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Mission-critical software development specialist FSMLabs is claiming a breakthrough single digit microsecond timing on a 64bit dual core AMD Opteron processors and has released Carrier Grade Linux and tools for a wide range of AMD processors. RTLinux for AMD CPUs meets the hard real-time needs for high performance communications, dedicated networking and security systems, instrumentation and control, simulation, imaging, and other demanding embedded deployments. FSMLabs solutions help device manufacturers build and deploy applications for AMD processors with both hard-real-time responsiveness and standards-based open APIs and architectures.

RTLinux and RTCore enable developers to leverage the performance of an embedded real-time operating system (RTOS) with the interoperability and flexibility of Linux and BSD platforms.


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