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Micrium Launches First End-to-End Solution for Internet of Things Device Design

WESTON, FL – September 24, 2014 – Micrium, Inc., the premier RTOS provider for embedded systems, today introduced Micrium Spectrum a pre-integrated end-to-end portfolio of embedded software, protocol stacks, cloud services to facilitate development of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. A first in the industry, Micrium Spectrum is also silicon vendor agnostic, which allows designers to develop proprietary and differentiated solutions.

“The IoT is driving a resurgence in the embedded industry,” said Jean Labrosse, CEO and president of Micrium. “IoT-ready devices require a solid software infrastructure, including a real-time kernel plus additional services like TCP/IP, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth stacks, as well as cloud services and the ability to put it all together. This is what we are bringing to market in Micrium Spectrum; a truly end-to-end approach designed to allow engineers to maximize the performance of their systems.”

Micrium Spectrum is a comprehensive offering of products and services to facilitate and accelerate the design of IoT-ready devices:

  • Real time operating system (RTOS): µC/OS-II® or µC/OS-III®
  • Local networking: Ethernet, WiFi, Bluetooth (classic and low energy)
  • IoT protocols: http client and server with REST API, MQTT
  • Java support:  Java Virtual Machine for deeply embedded systems
  • Cloud computing: Web services such as cloud-server interfaces, data brokering and cloud storage

“For the IoT to truly take off, devices need to be interconnected so information can be exchanged between systems ­ machine to machine ­ or connected to the cloud,” said Christian Légaré, CTO and executive vice president of Micrium. “Fundamentally, IoT devices are embedded systems with connectivity, so it is important to approach the IoT from the embedded systems level. Micrium Spectrum makes sense of the IoT, making it easy to design reliable, high-performance devices and maximize their potential.”

Micrium Spectrum is available now with a variety of licensing options. Contact the company at sales@micrium.com or visit us in booth #801 at ARM TechCon October 1-3 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, Calif. for more information.

About Micrium

Micrium provides high-quality embedded software components by way of clean source code, unsurpassed documentation, and customer support. Starting with Micrium¹s flagship products, uC/OS-II and uC/OS-III, through its complete line of RTOS modules, Micrium shortens time to market throughout all product development cycles and builds products that address today¹s increased design complexity as well as safety-critical requirements. For additional information, visit:www.micrium.com.

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