POSIX-based

POSIX-based

Conforming to the POSIX (Unix) standard interface. See POSIX.
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0 provides a seamless migration path for LynuxWorks customers whose Linux- and POSIX-based applications can now run on virtualized Red Hat Linux and LynxOS family environments within LynxSecure partitions, and for customers who have developed using native Linux or Windows for their embedded applications.
At the same time, customers can leverage a level of realtime performance far superior to that of other POSIX-based operating systems - as proven in independent tests.
HeartOS provides a scalable, compact, lightweight, POSIX-based complement to Deos for small to medium-sized safety-critical applications.
The DII COE certification process provides an opportunity for vendors of POSIX-based application platforms, such as SGI, to provide a common operating system interface to the Department of Defense (DOD) command and control environment.
The unique silicon architecture for the Tarari Content Processor allows it to execute both POSIX-based recognition and Perl-Compatible Regular Expression (PCRE) processing efficiently while optimizing solution cost and minimizing power consumption.
Linux is the freely distributable, cooperatively developed POSIX-based, multi-user, multi-tasking operating system used worldwide.
Linux is a freely distributable, cooperatively developed POSIX-based, multi-user, multi-tasking operating system used worldwide.
To create the solution, Intel and Motorola are contributing COTS-based (commercial off the shelf) open hardware components, such as computer blades, in a multitude of physical and mechanical configurations; RTI is providing the readily accepted middleware that enables different technologies to communicate; LynuxWorks is providing a POSIX-based open operating system; and Dot 21 is conducting performance testing.
Linux is the freely distributable, cooperatively-developed POSIX-based, multi-user, multi-tasking operating system used worldwide.
Using Wind River POSIX-based Platforms, Companies Can Leverage Existing Software Investments to Build Device Software Faster and at a Lower Cost
Linux is a cooperatively developed, POSIX-based multi-user, multi-tasking operating system used worldwide in commercial, academic and development organizations.