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FSMLabs developing RTLinux for Compaq Alpha AXP

Mar 7, 2000 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

Socorro, New Mexico — (company press release) — FSMLabs announces that it is developing an Alpha AXP port of the RTLinux hard realtime extension for Linux for Compaq's Alpha product line. The agreement with Compaq was finalized in late February, and work has already begun.

“As realtime systems become more sophisticated, there is a growing need for powerful computational engines that can run simulations or analytical programs while providing realtime control. Many of our high-end customers have been requesting RTLinux support for the Alpha, and we are happy to be working with Compaq to provide this support,” said FSMLabs CEO Victor Yodaiken.

About FSMLabs

FSMLabs is service of VJY Associates LLC, a software development company started by the original developers of RTLinux to work on realtime and embedded kernels. The technical leads for FSMLabs are Victor Yodaiken, Cort Dougan and Michael Barabanov.

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