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RTOS and ARM

Started by Daniel Navarro March 24, 2004
Hi all,

Does anyone use Nucleus or OSE RTOS with ARM9?

We're starting development of a new product with ARM9 and we're looking for
a RTOS, but we have no experience in this field. We need your opinion about
them or any other OS you can recommend us.

Thanks,
Daniel Navarro


"Daniel Navarro" <dani_dnm_zgz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hi all, > > Does anyone use Nucleus or OSE RTOS with ARM9? > > We're starting development of a new product with ARM9 and we're looking
for
> a RTOS, but we have no experience in this field. We need your opinion
about
> them or any other OS you can recommend us.
We use Arc Internationals dev tools and MQX OS on the ARM7 and it has worked pretty well. Not exactly sure where they are with the ARM9, but I'm guessing that they have it.
"Daniel Navarro" <dani_dnm_zgz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hi all, > > Does anyone use Nucleus or OSE RTOS with ARM9? > > We're starting development of a new product with ARM9 and we're looking
for
> a RTOS, but we have no experience in this field. We need your opinion
about
> them or any other OS you can recommend us. >
eCos (http://sources.redhat.com/ecos/) in combination with Microwindows (http://www.microwindows.org)
"Daniel Navarro" <dani_dnm_zgz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hi all, > > Does anyone use Nucleus or OSE RTOS with ARM9? > > We're starting development of a new product with ARM9 and we're looking
for
> a RTOS, but we have no experience in this field. We need your opinion
about
> them or any other OS you can recommend us.
Nucleus is a fairly good choice. It is mature, works well, easily supported and reasonably priced and you should find a reasonable pool of people who have used it, if you need any help (when can I start :-)?). Yes, you can get an 'unsupported' OS cheaper but for a commercial project the cost of something like Nucleus with a proper support contract pays for itself in a couple of months tim
> > Thanks, > Daniel Navarro > >
"FLY135" <fly_135(@ hot not not)notmail.com> wrote in
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> > "Daniel Navarro" <dani_dnm_zgz@hotmail.com> wrote in message > news:U_k8c.4170454$uj6.13113224@telenews.teleline.es... >> Hi all, >> >> Does anyone use Nucleus or OSE RTOS with ARM9? >> >> We're starting development of a new product with ARM9 and we're >> looking for a RTOS, but we have no experience in this field. We need >> your opinion about them or any other OS you can recommend us. > > We use Arc Internationals dev tools and MQX OS on the ARM7 and it has > worked pretty well. Not exactly sure where they are with the ARM9, > but I'm guessing that they have it. > >
Can't speak for the ARM family, we have used MQX on CPU-32, and ran into unresolvable issues with it, switched to Nucleus and have been extremely happy with it thus far. -- Richard
"Daniel Navarro" <dani_dnm_zgz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hi all, > > Does anyone use Nucleus or OSE RTOS with ARM9? > > We're starting development of a new product with ARM9 and we're looking
for
> a RTOS, but we have no experience in this field. We need your opinion
about
> them or any other OS you can recommend us. > > Thanks, > Daniel Navarro
Used Nucleus for Motorola PPC design, was very happy with the level of technical support. Extremely responsive. Nucleus is mature that enough of the bugs have been discovered and the development tool chain works without fail.
"tim" <520010973502removethis@t-online.de> escribi&#2013265923; en el mensaje
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> > "Daniel Navarro" <dani_dnm_zgz@hotmail.com> wrote in message > news:U_k8c.4170454$uj6.13113224@telenews.teleline.es... > > Hi all, > > > > Does anyone use Nucleus or OSE RTOS with ARM9? > > > > We're starting development of a new product with ARM9 and we're looking > for > > a RTOS, but we have no experience in this field. We need your opinion > about > > them or any other OS you can recommend us. > > Nucleus is a fairly good choice. > > It is mature, works well, easily supported and reasonably priced > and you should find a reasonable pool of people who have used > it, if you need any help (when can I start :-)?).
Thanks, maybe I consider your offer in the near future, it will be very useful for sure ;-).
> > Yes, you can get an 'unsupported' OS cheaper but for a commercial > project the cost of something like Nucleus with a proper support > contract pays for itself in a couple of months > > tim > > > > > > > Thanks, > > Daniel Navarro > > > > > >
OK, we're going to take a quick look at MQX because we didn't know about it
thanks

"FLY135" <fly_135(@ hot not not)notmail.com> escribi&#2013265923; en el mensaje
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> > "Daniel Navarro" <dani_dnm_zgz@hotmail.com> wrote in message > news:U_k8c.4170454$uj6.13113224@telenews.teleline.es... > > Hi all, > > > > Does anyone use Nucleus or OSE RTOS with ARM9? > > > > We're starting development of a new product with ARM9 and we're looking > for > > a RTOS, but we have no experience in this field. We need your opinion > about > > them or any other OS you can recommend us. > > We use Arc Internationals dev tools and MQX OS on the ARM7 and it has
worked
> pretty well. Not exactly sure where they are with the ARM9, but I'm > guessing that they have it. > >
Thank you all for your quick response, but...

what's wrong with OSE??... nobody works with it??
I mean, I've heard it said that many mobile phones use it and thats the
reason we consider OSE as an option (our product will be like a mobile phone
but in private networks).

Of course, OSE is more expensive than Nucleus but I want to know wheter the
difference is worth it??


"Daniel Navarro" <dani_dnm_zgz@hotmail.com> escribi&#2013265923; en el mensaje
news:U_k8c.4170454$uj6.13113224@telenews.teleline.es...
> Hi all, > > Does anyone use Nucleus or OSE RTOS with ARM9? > > We're starting development of a new product with ARM9 and we're looking
for
> a RTOS, but we have no experience in this field. We need your opinion
about
> them or any other OS you can recommend us. > > Thanks, > Daniel Navarro > >

"Daniel Navarro" <dani_dnm_zgz@hotmail.com> skrev i meddelandet
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> Thank you all for your quick response, but... > > what's wrong with OSE??... nobody works with it?? > I mean, I've heard it said that many mobile phones use it and thats the > reason we consider OSE as an option (our product will be like a mobile
phone
> but in private networks).
OSE is a modern message passing operating system and it supports the ARM9 MMU. The message passing is the key to why it is used by companies like Sony-Ericsson and Nokia. Sony-Ericsson run OSE on AVRs and on ARM. It is also used in Wireless Infrastructure. The complete Ericsson WCDMA basestation is based on OSE Delta. My friends at ENEA has an AT91RM9200 board since November last year. OSE Delta (the more advanced version) requires an MMU but there are MMU less versions that could run on let's say an ARM7 or ARM946. Atmel has some cool chips for VoIP/WLAN phones which might be useful for you instead of those nassssty OMAPpers.
> Of course, OSE is more expensive than Nucleus but I want to know wheter
the
> difference is worth it?? > > > "Daniel Navarro" <dani_dnm_zgz@hotmail.com> escribi&#2013265923; en el mensaje > news:U_k8c.4170454$uj6.13113224@telenews.teleline.es... > > Hi all, > > > > Does anyone use Nucleus or OSE RTOS with ARM9? > > > > We're starting development of a new product with ARM9 and we're looking > for > > a RTOS, but we have no experience in this field. We need your opinion > about > > them or any other OS you can recommend us. > > > > Thanks, > > Daniel Navarro > >
-- Best Regards, Ulf Samuelsson ulf@a-t-m-e-l.com This is a personal view which may or may not be share by my Employer Atmel Nordic AB