Real-time solution provider goes embedded

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.— Concurrent Computer Corp. has added a new ROMability capability to its real-time operating system. Romability PowerMax OS offers an embedded, disk-free Unix-SVR4 based operating system configured to perform all computer-critical timing tasks. Designed for use in systems that do not need a disk, it can be used in applications that must physically occupy as little spa...

By Staff December 1, 1998

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.— Concurrent Computer Corp. has added a new ROMability capability to its real-time operating system. Romability PowerMax OS offers an embedded, disk-free Unix-SVR4 based operating system configured to perform all computer-critical timing tasks. Designed for use in systems that do not need a disk, it can be used in applications that must physically occupy as little space as possible. The scalable, industry-standard real- time UNIX-based operating system, ROMable PowerMax OS uses compression techniques to take full advantage of flash memory capabilities. Concurrent Computer Corp.